Friday, 15 December 2017

Our Broken Pieces by Sarah White Book Review

Author: Sarah White 
Genre: YA / Romance 
Rating: 4.5/5
Release Date: Available to purchase now

"I've learned you should just do what you can to get through the lows so that you can enjoy the highs."

From the moment I read the blurb on Our Broken Pieces I knew it was going to be my kind of story that I love reading and I wasn’t wrong. I loved this book and it really pulled at the heartstrings from the storylines featured. Everly thought she’d be with Brady forever, she was head over heels in love with him and never for a second did she think he’d ever hurt her in the way that he did. 

Waking up to a normal day and thinking everything would go as usual was all wrong for Everly when she went to meet Brady and came face to face with him kissing another girl in his car, but it wasn’t just any girl, it just so happened to be Elle. Everly’s best friend. 

Everly was completely heartbroken by what happened and the news quickly travelled around the school. Now Everly has to put up with seeing Brady and Elle parading their new relationship around the school whilst she breaks down at the sight of both her ex boyfriend and ex best friend being happy together. Everly’s not convinced she’s ever going to get past it and her parents and her sister - Rosie - are worried about her. It’s not until Everly’s sat in her Therapists waiting room that she realises that she was fully in Brady’s world having not recognised the guy sitting next to her when he knew exactly who she was. Enter Gabe. 

After seeing each other in the therapy waiting room, they slowly become friends, especially when Gabe pulls Everly away from Brady’s Prom Proposal to Elle in the middle of the school saving her from breaking down in front of every one at school. Everly starts slowly falling for Gabe but she can’t help but keep thinking of Brady. Can Everly successfully put Brady out of her life, move on and be happy with Gabe? 

This book features topics on heartbreak, anxiety and bipolar disorder and I do think Sarah White wrote about these topics really well talking about the struggles of them all.

*This post contains a PR sample. 

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