Review: A Story of Now by Emily O’Beirne

A story of now Description: Nineteen-year-old Claire Pearson knows she needs a life. And some new friends.

But brittle, beautiful, and just a little bit too sassy for her own good sometimes, she no longer makes friends easily. And she has no clue where to start on the whole finding a life front, either. Not after a confidence-shattering year dogged by bad break-ups, friends who have become strangers, and her constant failure to meet her parents sky-high expectations.

When Robbie and Mia walk into Claire’s work they seem the least likely people to help her find a life. But despite Claire’s initial attempts to alienate them, an unexpected new friendship develops.

And it’s the warm, brilliant Mia who seems to get Claire like no one has before. Soon, Claire begins to question her feelings for her new friend.

Rating: 5/5 Stars

Cover: I’m not sure what it is supposed to tell me, but oh well.

Review: This is one of the best books I have read. There are so many characters in it and every last one of them is well written and just really likeable. The way ‘A story of Now’ is written made me feel as if I was experiencing everything that happend myself instead of reading about it.

While it is a really cute story it stays realistic. Not everything in life is love, peace and harmony.

It will be published on July, 10th, you can preorder or buy it after the release date here.

I want to add some triggers: There is slight talk about body images and a lot of alcohol; just a heads up.

I got it as an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. Thank you.

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