Release date : October 28th 2015
Rating : 3 Stars
Jazz lives her life according to colour.She vibes off people’s colour.Her world is happy, bright, fluro. Until her sister goes missing, followed closely by her mother.She moves across the country and starts a new life. Some of it good, some of it a little bad. All of it colourful. It is there she meets a man who makes her question herself, her previous life and where she is going in this one. Jazz wants to move forward but she also can’t forget the mystery surrounding her mother and sister.
So once again I will be one of the minority in regards to reviews for All the Colours. Now, this is just my personal opinion but my silly brain never seems to communicate that it is Young Adult and low and behold Iâm not really a fan. But I still apply to receive books in exchange for a honest review.
This book takes place in Australia. The main heroine is Jazz. One day her twin sister drives off for a date with her boyfriend and after a car accident gone wrong, Stella just disappears. No one knows where she is or what happened. Jazz isnât dealing with it well. Her mother also up and leaves without saying anything and Jazz is left alone until she phones Aunt Beck and she flies on the other side of Australia to start a new life. New school, new friends and Jazz loves it as much as she doesnât know how to move on with her life.
Iâm sorry but I didnât like her cousin Olivia. A lot of incidents reminded me of my god awful time at school.
I liked the Hero more than I liked the heroine.
It is so well written with how we see the world through Jazzâs eyes with All the Colours. What colours stood for what emotion. Black for sadness I would have chosen blue if it had been me. Pink for happiness where I would have chosen yellow. Unique and a sweet read. Too juvenile for my liking. All Cordy and her boyfriend ever did where snog. Now admittedly it is a book not really for me but I still enjoyed it and I liked reading about how Jazz deals with her new life, the good, the bad and the ugly. Book supplied by author in exchange for a honest review. Certainly an author to watch out. For me I would give it 3 stars but this is just my personal opinion. Everybody should read this book for themselves and make their minds up.