Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver (Continued)
And when it starts all over again, you can imagine it even better, the diverse vocabulary creating the same image, in many different ways. I always enjoy being able to see a character of a setting in my head clearly, and I believe that Lauren Oliver has done a fantastic job of creating this book in a way that it runs like a movie in my mind, even after the fifth or sixth repeated day.
You can imagine, that with the same day repeating seven times, that the reading would become quite over-bearing and dreadful. The first time you read about what happens, it sucks you in, almost immediately, but when the same thing happens one or two more times, it got a little boring and hard to drag through. I am glad I continued on though, because the story progressed greatly, and the suspense built dramatically.
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