Golden boy Ezra Faulkner believes
everyone has a tragedy waiting for them —a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen. His particular tragedy waited until he was primed to lose it all: in one
spectacular night, a reckless driver
shatters Ezra’s knee, his athletic career, and his social life.
No longer a front-runner for Homecoming King, Ezra finds himself at the table of
misfits, where he encounters new girl Cassidy Thorpe. Cassidy is unlike anyone Ezra’s ever met, achingly effortless, fiercely intelligent, and determined to bring Ezra along on her endless
But as Ezra dives into his new studies, new friendships, and new love, he learns that some people, like books, are easy to misread. And now he must consider: if one’s singular tragedy has already hit and everything after it has mattered quite a bit, what happens when more misfortune
What I Think.
I really tried to like this book. Really. But I just couldn’t. Apart from the part that the books glorifies nerds and makes them look good, (which I really appreciate), I felt no connection whatsoever with The Beginning of Everything. I almost stopped reading it too.
I love books that are “unputdownable”,(sorry for that terribly nonexistent word) and this book wasn’t just it. It’s a miracle I managed to finish it.
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary.
No of Pages: 225
Cover Rating: 2/5
Fave Characters: Let’s just say Cassidy.
Book Grade: it’s a D. Nope. Nah. Nadah.
This book put me in one stupid slump I’m trying hard to remedy. Hopefully, I’ll read more soon and update more. Stay bookish!