I am a contrarian. Not about life. I'm not going to say the glass is half full. There is water in it. You're thirsty. Drink and stop analyzing.
I am a contrarian when it comes to books.
I'm turned off by quirk.
By lack of punctuation.
By single sentence paragraphs.
By substituting writing style for characterization.
Tell the story. Don't let the writing get in the way. Or the voice.
Counting by 7s (★★★) is a run-of-the-mill YA story. You know how it will end. Nothing will shock you. Though you will get choked up.
Unless you have a heart of stone.
The voice is quirky, though with correct punctuation.
Single sentence paragraphs abound.
If you like that kind of stuff, then this book is for you.
If you don't, you can read it to pad your yearly reading goal. It's a fast read.
Because of all those single sentence paragraphs.
You won't regret reading it. You may even love it.
You definitely won't forget it.