I’ve seen Maya Hughes’ work about in bookworld and whilst I have heard about her, this is my first time reading anything by her. After reading the blurb for this book I was really hooked and intrigued to see what this book was all about and honestly after picking it up I honestly couldn’t finish it, now before you think this was terrible or anything, it wasn’t. I just found that this book wasn’t to my liking, but just because it didn’t reach out to me as I hoped it would, other readers may feel differently and actually connect with this book on a more personal level. For me I found that there was something lacking within it and after only making it to the end of chapter 2, I decided I couldn’t carry on, but sometimes that happens with books, you’re not going to love every single book out there and honestly that’s okay. The only other thing that stood out to me with the sections that I did read was that it felt like when I was reading there seemed to be too much going on all at once, for me I like things to be a little less out there and just something simple that doesn’t make you ask yourself what’s going on because you can’t actually follow what’s happening. What I think’s happened with this book is that the blurb has oversold the book completely, the blurb is doing the right job in attracting readers and pulling you in so that there’s interest with the book, but I think it’s been done way to well and the quality of the book doesn’t match up to the blurb. There’s nothing bad about the book at all, it just wasn’t for me. And whilst that’s my opinion, I think readers out there should try this book for themselves and see what they think, because whilst readers do like to see what others think, everyone thinks differently. Maybe one day I’ll pick up another one of Maya’s books and instantly fall in love with the story, I’m just sorry it wasn’t the case with this one.