Friday 20 October 2023

Review of Mindquake by Nissa Harlow

If you’re trying to save the world, skip the corset.

I’ve spent the last few months trying to recover from my break with reality. There’s no such thing as zombies. Or dragons. Or annoyingly cute boys who offer rides and cold drinks. Cash Lincoln was a pretty convincing figment of my imagination… but that’s all he was.

So imagine my dismay when I run into him on a school camping trip.

When my classmate can actually see and interact with Cash, though, I have to come to a quick realization that maybe I haven’t been as detached from reality as I thought. Which is easier said than done when I’m plunged into yet another surreal scenario, this time involving murder, an airship war, and really uncomfortable boots.

Cash isn’t who I thought he was. Apparently, I’m not who I thought I was. And now I have to make a decision that could affect the rest of my life. The choice should be easy.

So why do I not know what I want to do?


My Review: 5 STARS

I dived into this book after finishing book two and was delighted by the answers that were dotted through the pages. Sadie is so relatable and an amazing character and Lincoln/Cash is just the perfect foil to her. I was so caught up in this book that I almost missed my dinner, and just couldn’t help but keep turning the pages to find out what happened next. Harlow has once again woven the perfect story into a short book, giving you all the emotional beats at just the right time. It was a delightful read and one that I very much enjoyed. Recommended!

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