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Reviewed in India on 6 February 2020
I didn't like this one as much as I should. I didn't pick it up with inhuman high hopes and anticipation but it just didn't work for me. I love the plot, I love the various characters but the plot wasn't executed well and the characters lack development. The writing style irked me the most. Everything was way too convenient. The romance parts seem like they were coming from an adult chicklit. The adult characters came out really weak considering the plot showcased NASA and astronauts and social media hype/following as the main themes.
I didn't DNFed this one as the story is cute and the writing flow was okayish. I wanted the story to develop more and I was hoping for that till the last page but sadly, it didn't happen. I wanted so much to love the main characters but no, they seemed so distant. The more I read the more they seemed distant. This is a book about dreams, LGBTQ relationship and mental health issues like depression and anxiety. I seriously could not get the dreams-come-true parts as they seem too convenient in the book. Everything just happened according to what the characters wanted. But I am happy about the LGBTQ representation. The characters were really cool about it and I am glad they didn't make a great deal about it.

The best parts of the book were how mental health was tackled really well. It was written with good understanding, in depth and with great deal of care.

My most favourite characters were Deb and Kat. Deb as the ex and best friend of Cal, our main character. And Kat, the sister of Leon, the other main character.

This is one of those books where I had to struggle reading as I couldn't relate with the main character. The writing is average. The worse part is that the chemistry between the main characters didn't make me feel anything and it seemed like something taken out straightaway from adult romance novels available everywhere.

That's it, folks. Moving on to the next book☕
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's an average read.
By Reading_Tam_Ishly on 6 February 2020
I didn't like this one as much as I should. I didn't pick it up with inhuman high hopes and anticipation but it just didn't work for me. I love the plot, I love the various characters but the plot wasn't executed well and the characters lack development. The writing style irked me the most. Everything was way too convenient. The romance parts seem like they were coming from an adult chicklit. The adult characters came out really weak considering the plot showcased NASA and astronauts and social media hype/following as the main themes.
I didn't DNFed this one as the story is cute and the writing flow was okayish. I wanted the story to develop more and I was hoping for that till the last page but sadly, it didn't happen. I wanted so much to love the main characters but no, they seemed so distant. The more I read the more they seemed distant. This is a book about dreams, LGBTQ relationship and mental health issues like depression and anxiety. I seriously could not get the dreams-come-true parts as they seem too convenient in the book. Everything just happened according to what the characters wanted. But I am happy about the LGBTQ representation. The characters were really cool about it and I am glad they didn't make a great deal about it.

The best parts of the book were how mental health was tackled really well. It was written with good understanding, in depth and with great deal of care.

My most favourite characters were Deb and Kat. Deb as the ex and best friend of Cal, our main character. And Kat, the sister of Leon, the other main character.

This is one of those books where I had to struggle reading as I couldn't relate with the main character. The writing is average. The worse part is that the chemistry between the main characters didn't make me feel anything and it seemed like something taken out straightaway from adult romance novels available everywhere.

That's it, folks. Moving on to the next book☕
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