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Heck, I even seek out poetry-like elements in the prose novels I read because I'm all for lyrical and poetic prose. In fact, I skipped on it when I saw it on Netgalley but when I saw Krystianna of Downright Dystopian give it four stars, I decided to give it a whirl and requested it.
I then started reading it one night that I couldn't sleep because it was short.
Samantha Henderson thought it is love already with this guy she met in a coffee shop. But when Samantha started losing things and people that really matter, she must re-think if Love is what she’s really feeling. I guess Dating Down worked for me because even thought it was written in verse (which I am a fan of) it was relatable. I kept up with her struggles, her confusion and I was glad that she sought everything out before it was too late.
Dating Down chronicles her crush on X, the hipster-boho college-aged barista on the coffee shop she frequents, and their imminent relationship. Sam is affronted by this but she eventually comes around to it and even starts using herself.
I'm sure this one will work for many of you, but this just isn't my cup of tea because I feel like I'm read randomly broken up sentences (which is just plain annoying) that contain no emotion. I think the description of the book was more descriptive than the actual book in terms of the story.
Okay, so I get it is supposed to read like poetry or something like text-messaging exchanges, but it literally made my head hurt to try to piece this together.
It all started out cute and sweet and sure, I was actually swooning because X is definitely smooth. Sam has been dealing with her mom's death, her father's eventual second marriage, the changes in her father and his lack of time for her, expectations, and quite possibly the one that nags her the most -- not living. Short and Sweet: I'm developing a huge weakness for books told in poetic form, and this one goes right on my list of ones to recommend for that!
She feels like she's not living life to the fullest and she sees X as her getaway to do exactly this. While Sam gets lost in X's world, she's been ditching her friends April and Gavin, her sister duties to Melanie, her painting for her application for art school, and her father's campaign. I am a cut abovepriority mailmy own masterpieceexecutive platinumfiner than bone chinablue ribbon-worthysenior level VIPleading lady material I am all that and a sister-daughter-friend bag of chips... It's a wonderful and emotional story that reads super quickly. Samantha, "Sam", Henderson is exhausted with keeping up good girl appearances for her father's politicial campaign.
I Read A Book Again*Thank you to Flux Books and Net Galley for the review copy!