Tuesday, February 12, 2013
My Review: Blue Sky by Melissa Lemon
My take: First of all, this is going to sound silly but my dog's name is Sunny and when I started reading Blue Sky it really distracted me that the main character had the same name. But then I got drawn into the story and it didn't really matter anymore.
Sunny is a girl in pain. And her pain is real, heartfelt, and the reader can feel it in every breath. How does the world keep spinning when the people who love you most in the world are suddenly gone? And Meg, Sunny's friend, she's amazing. I love Meg. I want to be Meg. I want to be able to be that friend (though I know I fall far short in reality).
Lewis is real. It's so hard to see him try and try and try to win Sunny only to have her shut him down. I know why she does it, but it's still hard. And when he finally shares his past with her, you just ache for him.
I had a little bit of trouble with some aspects of the book--things I can't share with you or they would be spoilers. I guess that's because it's not how I would have done it, but I can see how it's reasonable and possible that things could work out that way. Cryptic enough for you? But really, Blue Sky engrossed me from the first few pages and I had to read on to find out if these two star-crossed people would end up together.
You can find more about Melissa through these links:
or check out Blue Sky on Goodreads here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17304893-blue-sky
Melissa has promised the Amazon link as soon as the book is live (it's not due out till next week). Happy reading!
Posted by Cheri Chesley at 11:00 AM
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Thanks Cheri! I love this "cryptic" review.
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