February 22, 2016

#Review of My Kind of Crazy by @Robinreul via @netgalley

My Kind of CrazyGenres: Young Adult, Contemporary
Pages: 336
Source: Netgalley
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Despite the best of intentions, seventeen-year old, wisecracking Hank Kirby can’t quite seem to catch a break. It’s not that he means to screw things up all the time, it just happens. A lot. Case in point: his attempt to ask out the girl he likes literally goes up in flames when he spells “Prom” in sparklers on her lawn…and nearly burns down her house. 

As if that wasn’t bad enough, Peyton Breedlove, a brooding loner and budding pyromaniac, witnesses the whole thing. Much to Hank’s dismay, Peyton takes an interest in him—and his “work.” The two are thrust into an unusual friendship, but their boundaries are tested when Hank learns that Peyton is hiding some dark secrets, secrets that may change everything he thought he knew about Peyton.





Robin Reul has been writing since she was in early elementary school, when she used to make her own book club flyers for her classmates and then pen them original stories. Though she grew up on movie sets and worked for many years in the film and television industry both as an actress and in motion picture development, she ultimately decided to focus her attention on writing young adult novels. She likes to write the same kinds of stories she loved as a teen: the ones that give her with butterflies in her stomach and are filled with quirky, memorable characters who stay with the reader long after the story ends. When she’s not writing, Robin can be found singlehandedly driving up the profit margin of her local Starbucks and indulging her love of baked goods, particularly those in the key of pumpkin. She lives in Los Angeles suburbia with her husband, son and daughter.



Want to forget about your troubles in the real world? Then make sure to pick this one up when it comes out. Better yet just click that button above here and pre-order it so you get it the day it comes out! This was one that I just couldn’t put down! It drugged me in its pages (yes I mean that word) And I just couldn’t put it down. This book felt very real. This one is about a boy that is pretty much an outcast. It was nice to read about someone that felt normal. Instead of reading about the well off pretty boys and girls we get a boy that is just trying to get noticed by a girl. It covers some major issues that teens have to deal with now adays and it doesn't shy away from these. This is a must read for any teen that feels like they have been left out.














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