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    Mediocre

    “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” they say. Honestly, this ‘they’ don’t sound like they know what they’re talking about. Book covers are smol, precious things that need to be cherished and admired and when I see covers that are absolutely beautiful like this one, I JUDGE THE BOOK AND EXPECT GREATNESS. Which is what brings me to the three star rating I gave This Tiny Perfect World. It was good, but it wasn’t anything special and there was nothing I hated about it either. It was one of those one-time reads, and I neither LOVE it nor do I HATE it. MY THOUGHTS: 1. This Tiny Perfect World is a story about a small town girl who is content and thinks she already has everything she wants, until she goes to acting camp and suddenly realises that she might be missing out on everything out there. There’s a boyfriend, another sort of romantic interest, two friends and acting ‘camp’ and that’s pretty much it. 2. This story was VANILLA. I don’t have anything against vanilla, but there was NOTHING new or interesting about it. The entire 300 or so pages had what the description promised and nothing else. In fact, there wasn’t even any ‘competition’ that I expected. It was a one track book, and I didn’t feel much JOY reading it. 3. At the same time, there was nothing I didn’t like either. The characters were OK, the plot was OK and the twists weren’t really twists, but were obvious plot developments. 4. I did like the female friendships in the book that Penny had with both Sam and Faith. I also really liked her relationship with her father. AND THAT’S IT. While This Tiny Perfect World was a book I didn’t mind reading, it wasn’t one I’ll be reading again. It was mediocre, at best. 3 stars.
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