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    A World of Possibilities

    For a new author, I would say that A World in Blue was a decent start to hopefully a long writing career. Was it perfect, no. But the writing was easy and engaging enough to read through and the length lent itself some bonus points. Yes, I wish that there could have been more character development for Oliver and especially Blue, but it wasn't unredeemable to the point that I had to DNF it. Also, there is some inconsistency with the labeling of this books content with some places labeling it New Adult, but I would say that this is within the range of YA [9-10th grade would fit perfectly]. Final points: - Told in third person POV - There is a kitten - Mentions of a minor character's suicide [ something that Oliver spends a lot of time dwelling on] - Strange family dynamics
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    What a great story

    I am so proud of this young lady. I was very impressed that this was her first book. I could not put the book down until the end. What a beautiful story. I enjoyed it so much that I am looking forward to reading many more of her books to come. Thanks Danni
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    Pretty good.

    This was a sweet and loveable story. It’s a quick and easy read. Oliver’s mother dies and that’s when he finds out that he has a half sister named Liv( crazy right ) he then later meets Blue. Who happens to be volunteering at the book store that Oliver works at. This was a wonderful story that deals with love, loss and over coming grief. I do wish that the story was longer so that we could get more into the lives of Oliver and Blue. I was given this as an Arc from the author/ publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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