M. Anthony Willett

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The story is a bit cliche. The characters feel paper thin, because you have your stereotypical flawless male role who seeks only the lead female protagonist (no one this perfect exists; get real people). Also, I don’t feel like I’ve connected to any of the characters. Rania’s foster siblings - the ones that actually like her - are like twelve and they have a maturity and wisdom that seems to surpass Rania’s. They also seem interchangeable. Like any of them could say something and I wouldn’t be able to decide who said it without the “he said/she said tag”. Also, Amanda is too much of a b****. I don’t think anyone like that actually lives and breathes anywhere but in a sitcom. All in all, I haven’t finished the book, but something about the story has me hooked, so great job. 👍

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