14 sentences book review: Open Road Summer
It’s fri-yay! That means there is another book review ready for you. This time it’s Open Road Summer by Emery Lord. It’s a nice summer read that will make you feel all the feels. Without further ado, here is why I gave it 5/5 stars:
I always have a book hangover, but because I have to commute to work for one and a half hour I HAD to start a new book ;). This book… It took me right in and swallowed me up. The first one and a half hour made me longing for more. I couldn’t wait to go home and read again. Maybe it’s because of the last book that wasn’t quite up my alley, but I think it really is the book. The characters were fun, the problems were real and the way it was written made you relate to almost every character, no matter how different they are.
It is always fun to read about a world you most likely won’t find yourself in: the world of a famous country star. I like how this book is not very centered around the problems of being famous, but more on the friend in the ‘shadow’. The friendship between Reagan, the main character, and her best friend is enviable. The emotions are very real and not over the top. This makes the book so much more real, there really isn’t an other word to describe it.
Even though I though it would be a light summer read, which it wasn’t really, it was an amazing book (just a little bit predictable, if I have to give one downside). I must say that the book hangover after this book was way worse than the one before! I would definitely recommend this book, so go pick it up now.
Which book made you feel all the feels?