The book was full of Jewels own poems, which were nice, but her story was poorly written. Her life is interesting, but told in this book was boring. You can skip this book and wait for the Lifetime movie.
Loved it. Just like the first book, this one kept me engaged and looking for what was next. Cassia and Ky's journey both together and apart we're described in ways that made me feel like Iike I was experiencing it.
This book reminded me of The Giver and The Hunger Games. I like the future "perfect" world it describes and the holes that are in that perfect world for those who look to see them. It was interesting and kept me wanting to read on. I can't wait to read the next book, in the series.
I am a true fan of his books. This book contains many reminders of good practices from his other books, but blends in new learnings about failure. learning from our failures is key to our next success. This nook was very timely for me as I am looking for lessons from every failure and success.
The book was well written from the storyline to the detailed description of every situation. It kept me wanting to read further at each setting. The last chapters bought about closure without rushing the ending or giving away details before the final words of the book. I recommend it for anyone who loves a good story with strong characters.
It was not what I expected. The book was filled with nuggets of wisdom and reminders for a balanced life. It's one of those books that I will read once a year to remind me of the things I want and need to do to keep a balanced life.