Book Review: These Broken Stars



Title
:  These Broken Stars

Authors: Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

Publish Date: December 10th, 2013

Genre: YA/Science Fiction

Rating: 3 out of 5

Summary:

Lilac LaRoux is the daughter of the richest man in the universe and she crosses paths with Tarver Merendsen who is a war hero on the ship her father built called the Icarus.  The spaceliner crashes into a near by planet as it is traveling through space and Lilac and Tarver are the lone survivors who try to find a way home.

What did I think about it?

I found this book to be really boring which is sad to me because I wanted to realy like it and had been anticpating reading it for sometime now.  I will say that the beginning of the book goes by really fast and I enjoyed the time on the ship its the other 88% that’s spent on the planet they land on that I found monotonous.  Because the story is focused with only two characters and very little interaction with anyother characters except in the beginning and end is why I think it was really boring to me.  I literally had to force myself to get through to the end because really how many interesting things can develope between two characters who are with one another all day long.

I won’t be continuing the series sadly but I know there are plenty of other people who enjoyed this book and who knows maybe you might enjoy it too.

Who would I recommend it to?

Teens or someone in their early twenties might want to give it a try.

Who would I not recommend it to?

If you need more than two characters to support a story or tell a story then These Broken Stars isn’t for you.

Happy Reading,

Meghan

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