The Last Forever by Deb Caletti Review

Title: The Last Forever The last forvever

Author: Deb Caletti

Pages: 320

Publisher: Simon Pulse

Release date: 1st April 2014

Star rating: 3/5 stars

So what's it about? 

Tessa's life is turned upside down when her mother dies.

Her father suggests an out of the blue road trip and she agrees, albeit reluctantly.

The road trip ends at a small coastal town where her estranged grandmother lives.

Then Tessa meets Henry Lark who she takes an immediate liking to.

Despite his outward perfectness Henry has a secret, one that just might ruin the forever that Tessa had been hoping for.

Throughout all this Tessa struggles to keep a plant, the last pixiebell, a family heirloom and supposedly the last of its kind, alive.

Love it or hate it?

This is an emotional story about beginnings and endings.

The characters were relatable, likeable and I really felt for Tessa as she struggled through her grief without her father who was too absorbed in his own sorrow to help her.

The Last Forever is unique and well written. It took me a while to get into this book but once I did I enjoyed it.

Reviewer: Jess

Note: I received a copy of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review. Thanks to Simon Pulse and Deb Caletti.

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