Hello there. Is anyone here?
It’s been over a month since I posted an article/review but I actually do have a valid reason for it. Exams. And then my new obsession with The Flash and Arrow (but that’s for another time). Anyway, I am really sorry. While I have been reading, I was not really feeling in the blogger mode. However, summer is here and I plan to catch up on my reading and post more regularly. Maybe even some personal photos – I feel brave.
Back to the book though. The Sea of Tranquility was waiting for me for over a month and finally, I have finished. So without further ado, here’s my thoughts.
Full of rage and without a purpose, former pianist Nastya Kashnikov wants two things: to get through high school without anyone discovering her past and to make the boy who took everything from her pay.
All 17 year-old Josh Bennett wants is to build furniture and be left alone, and everyone allows it because it’s easier to pretend he doesn’t exist. When your name is synonymous with death, everyone tends to give you your space.
Everyone except Nastya, a hot mess of a girl who starts showing up and won’t go away until she’s insinuated herself into every aspect of his life. The more he gets to know her, the more of a mystery she becomes. As their relationship intensifies and the unanswered questions begin to pile up, he starts to wonder if he may ever learn the secrets she’s been hiding or if he even wants to.
The Sea of Tranquility is a slow-building, character-driven romance about a lonely boy, an emotionally fragile girl, and the miracle of second chances.