i received a copy of nothing more to tell from penguin nz in exchange for an honest review.
nothing more to tell review
if you’re looking for a fast read, something that you can do in one sitting, nothing more to tell is the book for you.
did i sell you on it?
is it on your tbr yet?
so, yes. i read this book in one sitting. (unless you count pee breaks, which i don’t as they’re a requirement … ) anyway. nothing more to tell is a fast paced book, with easy writing that draws you in. when you start reading, you don’t want to put it down. and when you do, you can’t wait to pick it back up. the easy writing made everything flow perfectly.
the characters were all likeable and rootable. i loved them all, and was really hoping nothing bad came up about my favs. i kept rooting for brynn to figure it all out.
i wasn’t overly keen on the romance, but it wasn’t a very big part of the book so it didn’t bother me that much.
the overall plot from nothing more to tell was so non stop, that when things came to an end (at the end) it felt a bit rushed. i felt like i was left hanging (even though i wasn’t). the book didn’t come to a nice slow before ending. it just ended. like that. the end.
aside from that, it really was an excellent book. i felt karen m. mcmanus’ last couple of books haven’t been that good (enjoyable, but not memorable). but this one is up there with her first few. absolutely fantastic piece of work.