Wednesday, May 24, 2017

To All the Boys I've Loved Before Review #AsianLitBingo

I have been putting off reading To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han for almost as long as it has been published. This was one of those books that was hyped on booktube even before it had been officially released and has had a lot of positive reviews about it since (it has a 4.11 star rating on goodreads!). Unfortunately for me, I tend not to like the books that booktube touts, so I put off reading it even though the synopsis sounded really good. I've really been wanting to read it though, so I decided that #AsianLitBingo and the Multi-racial/Multi-ethnic Asian MC category was the perfect excuse to pick it up.

I'm not sure what surprised me more: the fact that I loved this book or the fact that there isn't a single thing about the story that I would change. I flew through this book in about 5 hours (I don't even know how that happened). I want to say more, but I honestly don't think I can without spoiling the whole thing. I gave it 5 out of 5 stars, of course, and I cannot wait to read the last two books in the series. Please, just do yourself a favor and read this book sooner rather than later!

1 comment:

  1. Conventional and contemporary as it may seem, I did love TATBILB! I loved Lara Jean in here... and I've loved her more in the next two books after this. Here's to hoping you would continue on with the series.

    Riza of Coffee-Stained Dreams