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  • A gripping come to age tale of finding oneself

    A gripping come to age tale of finding oneself and falling in love with oneself. Mix with cuddly moments, bags of giggles and tissuefull tears, The Fragile Ordinary is a book that makes you smile with happiness. As always Young did it again. She found the perfrct way to display the pure but complex teenage day to day battle that makes you connect with the characters. Comet and Tobias are someone I can relate to. The butterfly crush moments, the gut reaching battle with ones' insecurities and the undying hope for a better tommorow, this book had it all! Reading TFO makes you reflect the smallest moments that can create a bigger tide in your life...and how you manage them. A MUST READ FOR ALL THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO NEEDS TO BELIEVE IN THEMSELF AND LOVE WHO THEY ARE!

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  • One of my favorite YA reads for 2018! 5+ stars!

    June's been a great month for me as far as YA reads are concerned, and Samantha Young's latest standalone lands rather comfortably among those very few and select novels that I loved and left a positive and lasting impression on me. There were aspects about Comet's personality and her own story that brought to mind my own memories back in high school and as a teen trying to find my own place in the sun. My heart went out to her--for the lack of attention from her parents and the almost awkward way that she was among her peers. And while Tobias was the boy who would change her world, he's not necessarily the boy-next-door type of guy. But see, that's what I loved about this book. Neither Comet nor Tobias are flawless and idealistic individuals just a couple of years from adulthood. They're young, impressionable, and already have cracks in their psyches. However, throughout this tale, it's Comet's resilience and later self-confidence that shines brightest, showing she is indeed extraordinary, as we are all capable of being if only we allow ourselves to be who we truly are. Five-plus stars for The Fragile Ordinary. ♥

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