“Best friends are forever, and true love always finds a way. Doesn’t it?”
Determined to change the future, Albus and Scorpius team up for an epic adventure which unfortunately, involves dragging up the past.
I feel like I’m about to become extremely unpopular with this next blog – but I always promised myself that I’d be completely honest here at Emma Reads.
On to the review! The story begins with a daily train commuter called Rachel who spots something odd on the side of the train tracks whilst being stopped at the traffic lights. An alcoholic, she’s just lost her job, her husband is married to someone else and her life is slowly crumbling around her.
It’s a story of love, loss and dare I say it, happiness! Some of you may be thinking; “How on earth is this story happy?!” But I definitely felt that the moral of the story is that whatever you do, live your life to the absolute max. And the story is a happy one as Lou and Will open each other’s eyes to different ways of being.
As time goes on, and more and more evidence is found, Nick becomes the primary suspect in the investigation. As the story unravels, it seems that life really wasn’t that perfect for the pair. Is Amazing Amy really, well, that?
Girl Online: Going Solo is exactly what is says on the tin. Penny is single, with no idea where Noah has disappeared to. There’s been no communication and no clue as to his whereabouts so she’s left to continue with her life. As they discussed. However, she can’t shake the feeling that Noah’s ghost is everywhere she goes. However, things quickly change when Megan invites Penny to London to visit the prestigious Madame Laplage school, where she clicks with a hunky photographer called Callum.