Mini Review: Fault Line by C. Desir
Author: C. Desir
Publisher: Simon Pulse, an imprint of Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: October 1, 2013
Format/Source: ARC/From Publisher
Age Group/Genre: Young Adult/Contemporary, Issues
Ben could date anyone he wants, but he only has eyes for the new girl — sarcastic free-spirit, Ani. Luckily for Ben, Ani wants him too. She’s everything Ben could ever imagine. Everything he could ever want.
But that all changes after the party. The one Ben misses. The one Ani goes to alone.
Now Ani isn’t the girl she used to be, and Ben can’t sort out the truth from the lies. What really happened, and who is to blame?
Ben wants to help her, but she refuses to be helped. The more she pushes Ben away, the more he wonders if there’s anything he can do to save the girl he loves. (Cover and synopsis from Goodreads.)
I read Fault Line fairly quickly and didn’t take too many notes, so I’ve decided to write a mini review. As with most of my mini reviews, I’ll just share some of my notes:
- I guess I forgot what this book was about, or didn’t realize what it was about, because when I read it I wasn’t really prepared for the issue that it deals with.
- Wow! What a beginning!
- The time seems to move pretty fast in this book. Weeks go by in a single chapter, and we only get snippets of their relationship. We don’t really get the meat of their relationship, until the incident happens and then we see what is left of their relationship.
- I really like how this story is told from a guy’s POV. It really shows a different side to this story.
- There were quite a few funny parts that made me laugh out loud, but most of the time I was cringing. I don’t really do well with issue books–they make me extremely uncomfortable. I know they’re supposed to be that way, but they make me too uncomfortable, to the point that I don’t want to read any more issue books.
- I liked the cover of this book before reading. Afterwards, I DO NOT like it.
- I wasn’t sure where the ending was headed, but I do think it ended well. Maybe there could have been more closure, but I didn’t feel gypped by the ending.