Book Review: Twenty-One Truths About Love

12 reasons to read TWENTY-ONE TRUTHS ABOUT LOVE by Matthew Dicks:
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1. It’s totally unique. A rare quality these days.
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2. It’s written as a series of lists, journal style.
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3. You first think the lists format will make it difficult to read, but you quickly figure out that’s not the case.
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4. It’s funny.
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5. It’s clever.
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6. It’s sweet. All the warm fuzzy feelings.
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7. It’s heartbreaking at times. (But the good kind of heartbreaking that makes you feel all of the important feels that are necessary for developing empathy for the main character.)
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8. It’s a fast read. Fast reads are necessary sometimes. You need that immediate, book finishing satisfaction.
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9. It’s about Daniel, a struggling bookshop owner who loves his wife, has a baby on the way, and has to devise a secret plan to solve his financial troubles. Daniel is funny and so is his secret plan.
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10. I love a good list. Daniel makes good lists.
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11. Funny lists are the best kind. Clever lists are even better.
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12. I gave this clever, funny book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars.
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Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the advanced copy in return for my honest review of this charming book.

DETAILS

Twenty-One Truths About Love by Matthew Dicks
Published by St. Martin’s Press, November 19, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Where I read: On my Kindle paperwhite while juicing grapefruits
Stephenie’s Goodreads Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

 

 

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