“One often meets her destiny on the road she takes to avoid it.”
*takes a deep breath*
I have no idea how I'm going to review Golden
, and even if I do find the words, they may not be enough. They probably won't be adequate. So please excuse my vocabulary; I mean each compliment x3 its normal value.Golden
is a fascinating story of self-growth and coming out of one's shell. It's a tragedy turned comedy. It's a mystery turned fantasy.
(See, I told you. It sounds much better when you just read the book.)
And I won't even try, now, you know? Because you'll have to read the book. But this book makes you breathless. The story behind the town's tragedy, the growth in Parker, the romance with Trevor
which could've been executed better but I'm not complaining
, and the sadness and depression about the whole story of their loss.
This book is memorable. This book is one in which you won't ever forget. That's why you should read it. Now.