Amanda Coe – Everything You Do Is Wrong – Book Review #42
Everything You Do Is Wrong – Amanda Coe
This is going to be a short review and not a very favourable one, I’m afraid. I read this book by Amanda Coe back in February. It was a free download from Netgalley and when I downloaded it, I didn’t notice that the date of publication wasn’t until October.
When you read books for review from Netgalley, you can’t post a review on your blog until a week before the publication date. The details of the story are a bit hazy now because I read it so long ago but I remember not liking it at all. Because of my poor memory, I’ve taken my review from Netgalley and copied it here for you.
I really don’t have anything good to say about this book, I’m afraid.
I found myself wanting it to hurry up and end because it just wasn’t holding my attention.
It was confusing in places but mostly boring. The blurb on Goodreads said that Harmony was desperate to fill in the gaps in Storm’s story but it didn’t feel, to me, as if Harmony had any feelings, one way or another about Storm.
She only really cared once it surfaced that Storm might affect Harmony’s chance of moving in with Mel.
Storm’s reason for the whole ‘naked on the beach in a storm’ thing was stupid and the ending just left me frustrated.
I felt like I’d wasted my time reading this book and if I hadn’t been reviewing it for NetGalley, I wouldn’t have made it to the end.
It’s not often I read a book I’ve disliked as much as this one and I don’t like bad reviews but, this time, I’m afraid I couldn’t find anything good to say about it.