Diana sagged. “Morals,” she said simply. “So tiresome.”
To Have and to Hoax is witty, smart and charming as a whole, filled to the brim with revenge schemes and intriguing characters that made this a page-turner for me. The premise is intriguing, it’s about a married couple who are plagued by misunderstandings, which eventually leads to a cruel (and hilarious) game that threatens to tear them apart.
This book is filled with wonderful writing that flows perfectly, and characters that feel so real it’s marvellous. I loved the witty banter in this book, I found myself laughing and smiling a whole lot while reading this. I find that most books that brand themselves as romantic comedies usually come off as forced, but certainly not with this book. It was genuinely funny and I highlighted an unhealthy amount of passages while reading (some that may have been a page-long or so).
The characters that graced the pages were just so wonderful and I haven’t felt this amused by dialogue alone since reading The Raven Boys. The characters felt very real and I loved learning more about them and their backgrounds.
Overall, I highly reccomend this novel. It’s engaging, funny, and delivers a punch. I’m hoping the author may bless me with a sequel including any one of the side characters.
Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for providing me with a review copy. All opinions are my own.
This was really cute! It was very short but still adorable and extremely relatable. The art style was simplistic but I really liked it. I’ve actually seen a bunch of the author’s comics online so this was a treat. I thought this might’ve been like a story that stretches out but it wasn’t anything like that, and the comics didn’t correlate with one another, but it was still light and cute.
Review copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This was such a weird book but I low-key loved it.
The characters were all really lovable, and the plot was strange but funny. I loved the animation and the humour was on point. I kept laughing because Arika was just hilarious and a little (okay, maybe very) crazy. The characters had consistent personalities and began to grow on me as I got farther into the book.
I thought the concept of the novel was unique and executed well. Arika discovers a vampire but he doesn’t live up to her fanatic and slightly (to say the least) high expectations. She begins to train him, but encounters obstacles along the way, like a sweet tooth and enemies that stand in their way.
I’ve never read something like this, but I still enjoyed it immensely, even though it very bizarre at times, it managed to be light and funny without coming off as forced. It’s a great read for when you just want to laugh and have fun with a book.
Now I’m off to sulk because I love the characters and I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!
Review copy provided by the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review.