Book Review | One by Sarah Crossan

one

Actual rating: 4.5/5

One is a book
written
in free verse.

It is about two sisters:
Grace
and Tippi
who are joined
at the waist.

It is a book about love
and loss;
friendship
and family.

It is capturing
enchanting
wonderfully written
and generally beautiful

A delight to read.

The characters are vibrant
and whilst the plot
may
be predictable, it still hurts.

It makes you laugh
cry
smile
wince
angry
sad
happy.

A unique way of writing
(similar to Cloud Busting)
and you can lose yourself
in the words
and
the rhythm.

You should read this book.
For the style,
for the story;
either way, it is a wonderful read.

So,
what are you waiting for?
Go
read
and enjoy for yourself.


TITLE: One
AUTHOR: Sarah Crossan
GENRE: YA Poetry
PUBLISHER//YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2015//Bloomsbury Children’s Books
NUMBER OF PAGES: 430
ISBN: 9781408863114
GOODREADS
PERSONAL SOURCE: Borrowed from the library
RATING: 4.5/5 ❤

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