Saturday, August 22, 2015

Review: A Little Something Different - Sandy Hall

"I sit up straight.  She's talking to me.  No one ever talks to me.  Oh, how I wish I knew human and could answer her.  Instead I nibble on my peanut."

Title: A Little Something Different
Author: Sandy Hall
ISBN: 9781250061454
Publication Date: August 26, 2014
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Source: purchased

14 different points of view, none of which belong to either main character, weave together an irresistibly sweet romance between two college students.


I picked this book up while picking up some necessities from Target.  Why?  Because I had moved, most of my library had just been relegated to storage while I'm living out of my mother's, and because the blurb on the back presented a book that sounded cute and fun, while being completely different from what I'd read before.

Told from the perspective of fourteen different voices, A Little Something Different, is a ridiculously cute book.  I loved how we never had a snippet from the POV of either Gabe or Lea, the main characters, but rather had their creative writing teacher, a Chinese food delivery guy, the oldest bench on campus, her roommate, and even a squirrel among the list of 14 tell the story of their budding romance.

A Little Something Different definitely doesn't take itself too seriously in the telling of the story; however, it more than lives up to its claim of being a fun, quick read you can lose a day or two to.


I'm eagerly looking forward to Hall's second novel, Signs Point to Yes.

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