- File Size: 1449 KB
- Print Length: 42 pages
- Publisher: Poppy (April 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 12, 2016
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BKSLHWA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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Far from Over: A Love, Lucy Novella Kindle Edition
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I sort of kind of hated Love, Lucy even though I tried so hard to like it and be more forgiving. Props to Far from Over though because I didn't hate it! MWAHAHA
In my review of Love, Lucy, I described Jesse Palladino, Lucy's love interest as: "Jesse was nice and all, but he lacked dimensions. Quirks. He was bland and boring and I don't see anything in him I'd be over the moon with."
Well, I'm unhappy to say that that's how I still see Jesse, even though I've read pages from his point of view. HUHUHUHU this makes me so sad
In Love, Lucy, while I admitted to finding Jesse uninteresting, at least he didn't irk me. I was neutral with him. So that's why I read this novella, that maybe, just maybe, reading it from Jesse's POV won't be so bad. It might make me appreciate him and find more joy (although retroactively) in Love, Lucy.
Sadly, even if I've spent almost 40 pages inside his head, I still don't know A LOT about him and nothing to fawn over. Granted, the novella didn't actually irritate me so I guess that's already a win? But it didn't really make me feel anything AT ALL. And I would have rather felt anything, even disappointment or hate, than nothing.
Unfortunately, I really don't connect with the characters of Love, Lucy. I still want to try reading books from April Lindner though because I've heard Jane and Catherine were amazing. I just have to get to them!
What Far from Over did successfully do though? MAKE ME WANT TO TRAVEL.