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Broken Dreams by Callie Anderson

 

October 12, 2017

reviewed for

Jeri’s Book Attic

 

 

 

 

 

 Broken Dreams

 

 Callie Anderson

 

 

 

 April 27th 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethan is the boy who climbed into my bedroom every night.

He’s everything I love.

Laced with everything I despise.

 

He’s every happy memory.

And every shattered dream.

He’s my everything.

 

But he broke every part of me.

I’m supposed to hate him.

But I can’t.

I don’t know how.

 

 

 

 

 

Broken Dreams by Callie Anderson is a beautiful story full of second chances and love. It was my first book by this author and I truly devoured this complex and intense story. In parts it reminded my of the earlier books written by Colleen Hoover but there was still a tiny spark missing to her magic.

 

This comparison I made should ensure you of one thing …. This plot will hurt. One thing I am not a fan of is the “now and then” storyline, but this is an issue I have in general as to me it is quite clear what will happen once the contemporary part of the story has started so I hate going back all the time because that feels like watching Titanic.

 

I darn well know that ship will sink – if you get what I mean. I don’t mind an “then” start that changes to a “now” storyline, it is just the constant switching that I am not a fan of. Because of the way the story was woven into each other I had some problems to connect everything, I am not sure if the author really used the optimal way to present the plot.

 

Still – the plot is great no question about it and I will fully recommend the story to lovers of Colleen Hoover books as a “light” version / similar thinking style…. The complexity of this story is remarkable and you should make sure you have enough time to dive into this book as undisturbed as possible.

 

 

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