I came across this book when me and my friends were doing a Waterstones rummage. We basically sit on the floor of the store, and look at the books on the bottom of the shelves, and see what looks good. That’s where I came across Entangled. It looked like an interesting read, and it had me wondering, why is this book so small? It’s only 372 pages, and yet it holds so much. How can that be possible?
Entangled tells the story of Grace, a girl who wakes up in a white room to find a load of paper and pens on a desk, and that writing everything down will help her understand why she is there. But by doing so she remembers all the pain and sadness she went through. Is it really worth it to learn the truth?
I think this book was an interesting read. It made me want to keep reading with its plot twists and constant mystery. I also loved how we only ever got to hear Grace’s past when she was writing it down. That really kept the suspense going. I also loved the ending. It was very simple, and interesting to read. However, I didn’t really understand the concept of the character Ethan. That was very confusing for me.
Overall, it’s a good and yet very strange read. I will recommend it to you, but be prepared for the confusion you will have once you’ve finished it.