Eunice's Reviews > Callum & Harper

Callum & Harper by Fisher Amelie
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Mar 03, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: contemporary, cool-covers, damn-gorgeous-males, death-tragedy-suicide, favourites, i-cried-over, multiple-pov, new-adult, realistic-fiction, young-adult, ya-romance
Read from September 19 to 20, 2012

3.5 stars

I really enjoyed this book especially Callum and Harper's journey in finding a new life together. It was actually very sweet and touching and fascinating to read. I followed eagerly the journey of these two and how they worked and found ways to live from scratch after being thrown by their foster family after turning their legal age. I was glad that even though they were complete stranger when they first met I was able to see the connection between the two right away and it didn't feel awkward at all. I was impressed by how they worked as a team effectively; they were able to survive every day, found place to spend the night, foods to eat, money for their daily expenses and all. They'd faced a lot of obstacles but they get through all of it with the help of each other. They were even able to go to college! I love how the relationship between the two developed. It was sweet, cute and very heart warming. Although admittedly sometimes it kinda irritates me how the two keep misunderstanding the actions of each other when really they both felt the same way. I understand that both were pretty scared to lose one another. Still I really enjoyed moments between the two. The only problem I had with this book though was the drama on the last thirds. It felt like it just dragged the story too long. I wouldn't have minded it if it wasn't really that long though. Nonetheless, I think this could definitely pass up as one of my favorite and sweetest contemporary I've read. I recommend this.

This mini review is also posted at Book Overdose
3 likes · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Callum & Harper.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.