Hey guys!
So, this is my first time writing an article and I was inspired to do this book review by @_vellichor_ and I hope this isn't a sloppy review. The author who published this book also wrote the Confessions of a Shopaholic series and was adapted into a movie. This is my 4th or 5th time reading Finding Audrey and I solely recommend it and here's my review if you ever got a chance to have your hands on it!

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Author: Sophie Kinsella
Main Genre(s): young adult, romance, humor?
Series?: Nope
Books in order (only if in series): NA
Rating: 8.5/10

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Synopsis
(I'm just gonna use Goodreads summary bc I'm bad at summarizing things. sorry. ^O^)

"Audrey can't leave the house. she can't even take off her dark glasses inside the house.
Then her brother's friend Linus stumbles into her life. With his friendly, orange-slice smile and his funny notes, he starts to entice Audrey out again - well, Starbucks is a start. And with Linus at her side, Audrey feels like she can do the things she'd thought were too scary. Suddenly, finding her way back to the real world seems achievable."

source: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23305614-finding-audrey

Questions

What are your thoughts on the book?
It's a really good book than other intimate romance books that I've read so far because I love how it involves family and humor at the same time. Like the first chapter has already got your eyes tearing up. 😂

Who was your favorite character?
It's got to be Frank because who can't relate?

Who was your least favorite character?
It has to be Izzy and her parents.

Would you recommend this book? If yes, what groups of people (e.g. age-wise.)?
Of course! I started this book when I was in middle school, so I guess it's age appropriate for 13 yrs old and up. Also, to any people who like John Green and I know it's not as good as his even though I have never read any of his books, but I do know a lot of his books are adapted into movies and it's more recognized. My English teacher just found out that when he was showing us Crash Course is also the same John Greens who published The Faults of Our Stars and Finding Alaska...etc.

Would you read it again?
Yes, when I need something easy to read and funny to get out of my reading slump.

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Okay, it's been fun sharing this review with you guys and peace out!

-Leana