Textrovert – Book Review

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Textrovert by Lindsey Summers

I requested this book because it said that it was a Wattpad book
that’s going to be published. Wattpad has some great stories and is an amazing platform to launch a writing career so of course, I want to support it in any way that I can. This story was originally published on Wattpad as The Cell Phone Swap. I read both the Wattpad version and this eARC before writing this review.

The author managed to make all the characters have a certain depth to them which made them all very unique. Everyone had a backstory, which made the cast of characters a lot more interesting.  Talon had so many layers to him that the progression of the story uncovered.

Zach and Talon have a history which gets partly resolved towards the end of the story. I liked that their reasons to hate each other were legitimate and not extremely random. Keeley was a fun character to read but she also stood up for herself a lot, which a lot of characters in YA contemporary fiction do not, so that was awesome. I also loved Zach and Keeley’s heartfelt discussion towards the end of the story and how they finally make attempts to really get into each other’s lives.

As I mentioned earlier, the story has a very cheesy premise but that doesn’t make it any less great. The dialogue is snarky and hilarious, the story is unique and the character relationships are so precious.

 

 

 

Guest review contributed by Confessions of a Bibliophile. This blogger is a self-proclaimed bibliophile and has been blogging since the 5th grade. In her bio she has recently quit quitting.

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