Bonnie and Clyde meets IF I STAY in this addictively heart-wrenching story of two desperate teenagers on the run from their pasts.
They’re young. They’re in love. They’re on the run.
Zoe wants to save Will as much as Will wants to save Zoe. When Will turns eighteen, they decide to run away together. But they never expected their escape to be so fraught with danger….
When the whole world is after you, sometimes it seems like you can’t run fast enough.
Nobody But Us, told in alternating perspectives from Will and Zoe, is an unflinching novel, in turns heartbreaking and hopeful, about survival, choices, and love…and how having love doesn’t always mean that you get a happy ending. Described as “beautiful, heartbreaking, and exhilarating” by Kody Keplinger, author of The DUFF, Nobody But Us will prove irresistible to fans of Nina Lacour, Jenny Han, and Sara Zarr.
Release Date: 29th January 2013
Review Copy: at Edelweiss
Uh… I give up. After 32%, I give up. I don’t know. I would not rate it since I haven’t read it all. Because that would be unfair.
The story didn’t really intrigued me that much. Yes, I want to know what’s the deal just because I want it to be finish already and not drag on. I don’t really find it engaging enough to continue reading. The characters are not really interesting enough too. It is also not descriptive enough for me to visualize what does Will or Zoe look like.
So yes, I am sorry but I’ll mark this one as DNF. I tried. Really. But it really didn’t do it for me.