Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Book Review: Say You Will

       Say You Will by Eric Walters

  Release Date: May 19th, 2015
  Read: August 2015
  Publisher: Doubleday Canada
  Format: Paperback, 192 pages

Description from GoodReads:   
    Sam is not exactly what you'd call a regular guy: while his IQ is stratospheric, his social skills don't quite rank as high, and his dating history: well, there's no history to speak of... yet. But Sam has set out to finally fit in. He's resolved to get some answers wrong in class; to stop getting perfect marks on his assignments; to get to know some people other than Ian and Brooke, his two closest (okay, only) friends--and find himself a prom date. And the prom is on everyone's mind: Sam's school has become swept up by promposals--in other words, very elaborate, very public scenes in which someone is asked to the prom. Sam thinks he might have found the inspiration he needs to ask the girl of his dreams out for a perfect night at the prom--as well as the unforgettable way to do it.

Review: From beginning to end, this book is adorable. The characters made me laugh, smile madly, and give many awww's. Based on the first chapter of the novel, you have a general idea of how the book will end. That's part of the greatness; the book is just a little romance novel that cheers you up, no matter how you're feeling. It's just a short, sweet ride on a tandem bicycle.

Quotable Quotes:
"I'm hoping there will always be something between us, maybe a wall, a restraining order, or a continent." - Brooke (Page 165)
"It always was you. It always has been you. It always will be you." - Sam (Page 183)

Rating: ✬✬✬✬✬ (5/5)

Read this if you like: romance, short stories, John Green, Eric Walters, general cuteness

Optimistically yours, Ola

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