Thank you so much NetGalley and Entangled Teen for giving me the chance of reading an early copy of Paper Girl by Cindy R. Wilson.
Hello everyone, happy Monday❤️ I hope you all have an amazing and wonderful day😊 What books did you read this weekend?📚
I heard about this book a while ago and after reading the synopsis I thought this book was something I would definitely enjoy to read. The cover was absolutely beautiful and I was completely intrigued. I wanted to meet the characters and as soon as I started to read it, I knew I was going to love it!
In this story we get to meet two characters. Zoe, who never leaves her house because she’s afraid that something bad could happen and likes to spend her time in her safe space which is her study where she creates amazing art with paper.
And then we have Jackson a boy who, ever since her mother died, has been having problems with his dad. Then one day he decides to leave his dad and home for good and starts to get jobs to be able to go to College, something his mother wanted for him, but now that he’s homeless, it’s getting difficult for him to keep that secret from everyone else….
There are a lot of things that I liked about this book. The first one is the fact that we get two POV’s. I LOVE when a story has multiple POV’s, it really helps me to understand the characters and the story and thanks to that I was able to understand Zoe and Jackson’s life.
Zoe and Jackson have more than just one thing in common. They used to know each other in school before Zoe left and haven’t spoke to each other ever since and now, they play Chess Challenge on the computer under different names and that was my favorite part of the whole story.
I loved to read the messages they send to each other while they were playing, they made me laugh a lot and it was nice to see how they could be themselves when they were around each other.
Paper Girl is a book that will make you laugh and swoon when you least expect it. It’s hopeful and it’s a story about not giving up and fighting for your dreams. It’s definitely one of the best books I read this year and I highly recommend you to read it, I really hope you like it as much as I did❤️
Have you heard about this book?📚 Are you planning to read it?😊 Please let me know in the comments below!