Attachments - Rainbow Rowell Overview: This book is not as good as everyone says it is. The writing style is poor, along with word choice. The main character sounds like he is mentally retarded, and I am not being offensive, I am being dead serious. I'm not entirely sure if this was meant to happen, but the way it is written when he is talking/thinking sounds very low level. I feel like people build up books like this because they don't know that something is better, because there is definitely better stories out there. The story line was very obvious, but I thought the ending was cute. The emphasis on Lincoln's nerdiness was on my last nerve. There are only so many times you can read about Dungeons and Dragons before you shoot yourself. I know I sound really negative right now, and it wasn't this bad, but it was not what I expected. It's so annoying when everyone, and I do mean everyone, loves a book you end up not liking. I simply do not understand why anyone would LOVE this book. It was alright. Nothing extraordinary or amazing.

Characters: None, sadly


“There are moments when you can't believe something wonderful is happening. And there are moments when your entire consciousness is filled with knowing absolutely that something wonderful is happening.”

“I pictured a girl who made every moment, everything she touched, and everyone around her feel lighter and sweeter.
“I pictured you,” he said. “I just didn’t know what you looked like.
“And then, when I did know what you looked like, you looked like the girl who was all those things. You looked like the girl I loved.”

Recommend?: It was alright. I'll give it around 3/5 stars. It was fine, nothing amazing or mind-blowing.

Salaam, Lived One Thousand Lives