Review of Fallout, Better Than Perfect and The Vincent Boys

Fallout by S.A. Bodeen is a sequel to a book titled The Compound. The Fallout shows the aftermath of the family who escaped from The Compound, created by the father of the family. The Fallout shows how the family is adjusting to living in the real world after the events and answers the question are our actions a product of our genetics or do we chose our own actions with our own free will. I would recommend this book to anyone with issues about their family and how to adjust to life changing events. The next book was Better Than Perfect by Simone Elkeles the author of The Perfect Chemistry series. The book is much like all the author’s other work meaning a contemporary love story. The main characters in Better Than Perfect are Derek Fitzpatrick and Ashtyn Parker. The characters are introduced to one another after Derek is expelled for pulling a prank and is forced to live with his new stepmom Brandi and her sister Ashtyn. The story was good and I enjoyed both characters but the ending was a little flat for me I want to see the family coming together more or Derek being accepted by Ashtyn’s teammates. This book is good for people familiar with this author and in need of a good romance. The Vincent Brother is a reread by another favorite author of mine Abbi Glines. The story is about a girl named Ashton funny coincidence and her two best friends since Childhood Beau and Sawyer Vincent. Sawyer and Ashton have been together for two years but when Sawyer goes away for the summer Beau and Ashton decided to rekindle their friendship and began to remember how strong their connection was in the first place. This book examines the fact that in life sometimes you feel bonds with people so strong they supersede everything else including boyfriends and family. I would recommend this book to older teens and people who feel like they have to act a certain way to be loved. Next week I will review Quarantine and Jellicoe Road.

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