Review: More Happy Than Not by by Adam Silvera

19542841.jpgShort synopsis: Aaron Soto is struggling after a family tragedy.  Aaron considers getting a memory altering procedure to help him cope.

Initial Thoughts: I had no idea what this was about really, and I was very surprised.

Characters: 2 – I did not like Aaron, which never bodes well for a book, when you don’t like the main character…

Plot: 2 –  The plot was interesting, once you find out what is really going on, but I just couldn’t get into it.

Originality: 4 – This is a very original book.  I think this is one redeeming characteristic of the book.

Predictability: 3 – This was generally not all that predictable, but once the big reveal was well revealed, it became pretty clear where this was going.


Overall: 2.5 (Goodreads 3)


It’s an interesting premise, but I didn’t really enjoy it

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