Thursday, 21 May 2015

Perfect Harmony by Shaloa Robinson


harmonyAuthor: Shaloa Robinson
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: 1 May 2015
Source: ebook (provided by the author)
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Summary:
Harmony is a 17 year old girl with a great family and pretty good friends. When her father moves away for work, her mother is left trying to handle her 4 children and younger brother who comes to live with them. Harmony’s best friend Violet is experiencing some trouble with her mother as well, who is uncharacteristically negligent. Violet decides to take of advantage and allows herself to date popular Gary. With a new boyfriend Violet doesn’t have as much time for Harmony. Harmony sees this as an opportunity to approach her own crush Julian. Along the way she forges an unlikely friendship with playboy Troy who keeps her secret.
(provided by the author)

Review:
This book was sent to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.
This book was an easy read, very fluent and with some plot twists that keep you focused and the characthers are well done and have a certain depht.
The story itself is interesting  and really portraits some aspects of a teenagers life, like having to take care of your friends and family, while taking care of yourself and other things like that.
You can see how the relationships between Harmony and Troy and Harmony and Julian develop as Harmony herself also does.
It's a very educating heart-touching story and every teenager and parent should read it, since I think it could help both to see from other point of view.
I think this book only has two major mistakes:
1- It has so many grammatical mistakes that even I, a non-native speaker with only the foreign language level of english from public education, could pick up on them!
2- The end was so abrupt that I thought that the epub had been damaged and had to check out wath was happening.
If you like contemporary reads you'll appreciate this story. 

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