I was a bit disappointed in the beginning of this book, as I had so many expectations which I felt weren't being met. Kika's character was quite immature, and while there were a million things I could relate to her with, there were a million more I couldn't. However, as happens in life; once I let go of my expectations and just accepted things as they were, I began to enjoy it a whole lot more. I even ended up devouring it in two sittings! I enjoyed the romance dynamics in this novel and loved how Kika's growth and attention didn't focus around that. I loved how bold, unique and honest she was throughout, and in many ways, she is a friend that I would love to have in real life. Overall, it is an easy read which inspires creativity and the desire to dream, and it is a book I would definitely take with me on a trip away.
Genre: NA Fiction
Acquired from: Penguin-Random House Australia
*I received these books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are entirely my own*