Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Review: Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

When this book comes out in June you need to go and get yourself a copy.

 I stayed up until 4am reading this book despite the fact that a two year old would be up at 7 ready to start her day. It was so worth it. The ending itself was just perfect. Last two words of the book got the tears flowing. 

From the very first pages, I was intrigued by Nastya, the new girl in school that doesn't talk and Josh, the one everyone avoids. Millay gives nothing away at the beginning and slowly divulges more and more information about the two of them as they get to know each other. Both are going through some really tough things that no kids should have to deal with. They are lucky to find some solace and saving from each other while woodworking in Josh's garage.

This was such a beautiful story about second chances. I will be getting myself a copy in June as well and sharing with everyone I know who loves a good book.

Source: Net Galley

Emotion: tranquility

Happy Reading!
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