Watching YouWatching You by Lisa Jewell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 Stars

What do you do with an unattainable crush once it’s yours to keep? What does it become? Should there perhaps be a word to describe it? Because that’s the thing with getting what you want: all that yearning and dreaming and fantasising leaves a great big hole that can only be filled with more yearning and dreaming and fantasising.

I really enjoyed some aspects of this book. The writing style flowed easily with a barrage of well developed characters. Unlike other books, the characters were so uniquely portrayed it wasn't hard to remember each one-where it takes half the book to distinguish one from another. The emotions & settings were so true to life, so visceral, so real that you are completely drawn into the book with it's colourful characters. The plot is compelling and overall, it had some excellent qualities which can't be discounted.

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