I caved in and bought an Amazon Kindle. My book library is growing, and we’ll be moving one day soon back to my homeland, and I don’t know what I’m going to do with all my physical books. I’ll probably try to ship them, but I’ll have to see how that works. I don’t want to pay a bunch of tax on books I’ve already paid tax on. So, as I said, this is my first Kindle read (I got it free with Amazon Prime). My second Kindle read will come next week (I bought it on special).
If I didn’t get this book for free, I would question whether it was long enough to be a novel. It seemed short to be, but maybe that’s because I breezed through the book. I only read this during my commute to and from work and one lazy Saturday where my Fiancée and I went to the Isar and lay in the sun and read. The book was fun, cheeky, and almost energetic. However, there is quite a bit of predictability as it does read like a romcom.
It’s the thing that lets this book down. I liked the book a lot and would’ve given it four stars for being so fun. But (there’s always a but) the ending made me cringe. I feel like the author didn’t think it through. As a reader, I expected something more from the ending and felt really really let down. I’d be curious to read if his other books are also like this. I would recommend you get this from your library or find some special for it as an ebook.