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This review is from: Boy Nobody (Paperback)
- Boy Nobody had me hooked throughout the whole book.
- I liked how Zadoff flicked back and forth, going through some of Boy Nobody's memories.
- This is a very action packed book.
- Boy Nobody's character is one which I found myself really liking despite his 'crimes'
After reading the blurb for Boy Nobody I couldn't wait to start reading it, I was really in the mood for a book which could have me hooked throughout the whole book. Boy Nobody most definitely did have me hooked from the first page right until the last page.
Boy Nobody is written in such a unique, interacting way which really made me feel involved in the story and like I was actually there. I really enjoyed how Zadoff flicked back and forth between the past and present; it gave an insight into Boy Nobody's life and helped me understand his feelings and actions.
The storyline is one which literally has action from the first till the last page, there was never a right time to put Boy Nobody down and had to force myself to when I had something to do.
My favourite thing about how Zadoff has written Boy Nobody's character is that he really is his own person. I never felt like Zadoff tried to make him a character which he wasn't, I can imagine that as this book was written Boy Nobody's character just took over as his character is so powerful. I found myself warming to him more and more throughout the book and despite his faults and the crimes he commits I really liked him.
Boy Nobody is a fast pace addictive read which will have you hooked right from the first till the last page.