A Review on Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

As many of you guys know, I love to read, which as a student is hard to do because I have to always prioritize homework and preparing for quizzes as well after school activities. But, when I have the free time as well as a book to read, I can really read for hours. One book that I’ve recently read is Moonrise by Sarah Crossan and it has really brought a new light in my life. It must be common to hear that but truthfully I have never had such light bringing in my life. I’ve never had such a dangerous or life threatening moment. This book wasn’t completely an eye opener, but, it did make me realize that some people have to go through this in real life and it makes me sad but in some ways, uncomfortable that some people go through this alone.

This is a great novel in verse that I definitely think could be worth the wait if it isn’t in your nearest bookstore or library, even getting dizzy on the bus or plane to read it is worth it. It didn’t make me cry but it certainly made me realize the importance of family as well as spending time with your family, even friends.

Sorry for making this blog post really short but I truthfully have no excuse except laziness and in a way, panicking about a quiz I had that I ended up failing. But, don’t fret, I’ll be back with more!

Check out my Goodreads if you want to see any recommendations in fiction and nonfiction and in general, see what I’m reading lately!

Loves,
Veronica Chen