Short review: Maybe one dayMittwoch, November 19, 2014
This post is written for the Blogging in English Challenge! I know my English isn't the best, but it will be very helpful for me if you let me know my mistakes in the comments so I can improve my English :)
Cover and Blurb by Harper Teen
Title: Maybe one day
Author: Melissa Kantor
Publisher: Harper Teen
Cost: 8,49 €
Genre: Young Adult
I like, that the story is written from Zoe's point of view, because so it's another perspective than in the most other books like that and the author shows the feelings from the person who's not ill himself.
The story is about the friendship between the two girls with all their ups and downs.
I'm not sure, what I should say about Zoe. In some moments I liked her but often I couldn't understand her actions and didn't like her, so I can't emphasize with her.
I liked Olivia more, but I think the reader get to know her too little.
Though I like the story about the friendship between Zoe and Olivia, I think it's a little bit unrealistic how often Zoe can visit her best friend even if there is only the family allowed to see her.
I can't say something about Melissa Kantor's stlye, because my English is not good enough to judge it.
Conclusion: "Maybe one day" is a lovely story about friendship, but I don't like the prtagonist realy and sometimes it's a bit unrealistic.
No rating, because I have too little experience with English Books.