Crier wanted to study her like a map. Draw an easy path between all the specific yet scattered points of her.
To be honest, I don’t even know how to start this review or if I’ll ever be able to put my thoughts and feelings into words. Alas, I am also afraid that I’ll forget half of it, so here we go! I’d advise you to buckle up because this will be a hell of a ride.
I knew it was a difficult life. I knew it was difficult for people other than me. I also knew they were allowed to say so and I wasn’t.
A Song Below Water follows Tavia and Effie. Two sisters, not by blood, but sisters nonetheless. Together they live in an alternate version of Portland, Oregon, and both of them have to fight their own battles with the usual high school drama, family secrets, crushes and magic.
I would sing with you until the end of days. I would sing with you until my bones turned to dust.
Strong sisterly love. Ancient Greece. New myths, gods and goddesses. Fighting girls. Writing girls. Fallen gods. Magic and singing. Now imagine all of this packed in a gripping story complete with a gorgeous cover to wrap it all up. There, you’ve got yourself a wonderful new story.
Sometimes it’s important to let the people we care about know that a single incident doesn’t have to define them.
Getting to know the story of Annika Rose and her romance with her ex-boyfriend Jonathan surely was something cute to behold. I definitely enjoyed the romantic aspects of The Girl He Used to Know, there were also some issues I personally did not like in this book.