Review of The Solution of Unrequited by Len Webster….

 

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***
***5 Stars***
Argh this book is so good! Len Webster completely takes you on the journey that broke AJ and Evan during high school while simultaneously following them as the find their way back to being AJ and Evan. I was so rooting for Evan after The Theory of Unrequited, but to be honest, I’m not sure where I stand on the two of them anymore. This is such a great young adult/new adult book. The angst level to turned up to 10. This whole series is a must read for me. The only drawback is having to wait for the next book. (Review by Terri “Jane”)

****5 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****

This series has been my undoing and I don’t know where I stand or who I am rooting for….I am waiting with baited breath for the next book to come out now because Len Webster weaved such a great story in book 1 and now in book 2 in the series titled The Science of Unrequited.

I don’t want to give anything away, so I will just let you know that this is not a stand alone, reading the first book is a must and you would be doing yourself a disservice by not reading the first one, because you miss all the complexities and intricate details of AJ and Evan. This series will take you on an emotional journey of discovery, friendship, first love, lost love, unrequited love, long distance, rediscovery and new beginnings. There may be tears, in the book and with the reader, but there is a sense of something endearing and innocent, that keeps you invested in every single word and page.-Review by Catherine(Catty)

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