Filling up journals as proof of my meager existence.


1/5 stars

Thank you for NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Normally if I don’t like a book so much that I quit reading it I will just privately leave feedback via NetGalley and apologize for wasting their time having not been able to finish it.

However, this book is so awful I feel like I should publicly review it to save people on their previous money and even more precious time. I knew right away when I started reading Dots that I wasn’t enjoying it but I figured hell, it’s a quick read I might as well go ahead and finish reading so I can leave a review on the entire story.

But after 26% I just couldn’t do anymore. This book is poorly written and I don’t just mean the plethora of grammatical errors (this is an ARC after all). The author writes so horribly that I couldn’t even quite figure out what as going on or what the characters were talking about half the time. Speaking of characters, they’re unrealistic and unlikable… or once again, I have no idea what’s going on. Practically every sentence was a sentence fragment.

I hate myself for wasting so much time trying to read this book last night.

This book is listed under women’s fiction on NetGalley but it should be listed under #erotica or #comedy (it’s so bad it’s funny) or maybe even #youngadult because I think it may have been written by a young adult with an inexperienced dirty mind.

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