Saturday, 14 April 2012

Review of Entangled by Cat Clarke


The same questions whirl round and round in my head: What does he want from me? 

How could I have let this happen? 

17-year-old Grace wakes up in a white room, with a table, pens and paper - and no clue how she got here.

As Grace pours her tangled life onto the page, she is forced to remember everything she's tried to forget. There's falling hopelessly in love with the gorgeous Nat, and the unravelling of her relationship with her best friend Sal. But there's something missing.

Grace must face the most important question of all.
Why is she here?

A story of dangerous secrets, intense friendship
and electrifying attraction.

My Thoughts
The first time I heard of this is when it was mentioned in a group I am part of called Basically Books on goodreads. This is the Aprils group read in the group so I was very excited to get to reading it. The cover is interesting and I love the pattern near the title of the book. The title of the book is also very interesting. The only thing which really made me want to read it as soon as was the description.

I am so glad I read this, it was such a breathtaking, amazingly brilliant book. It was somthing completely different to what I have read, as she is telling us what happened but at the same time reminding herself what happened. This book was a emotional coaster for the main character Grace and I just loved the writing style. The storyline is interesting and it was easy to understand once you got used to the style of the writing. This book made me cry because the things that happened could actually happen or has happened in real life, the fact that it made me cry just shows how good Cat Clarke can write. The way the book is, made me a little confused at first but it was easy to slowly grasp your mind around the whole book and start to enjoy it. The POV is mostly around the main character Grace.

Grace is a brilliant girl, and what she goes through is what some teenagers go through, they are growing up and life is hard. She has lost her dad and now her mother is very distant leaving her to do what she wants. She does things she shouldn't do like drink all the time and stuff but what she goes through in this book is so terrifying and I hate that. I think if she has a different life style she wouldn't have gone through what she has gone through.
Ethan is a mysterious person, and we don't know nothing about him until the end when we find out the truth but still he's a weird, creepy guy. All I wanted was to find out more about him.
Nat is a kind guy who respects Grace and doesn't care what she looks like and stuff. He cares for her and helps her out when she needs it, but I kinda guess something was up with him.
Sal is Graces friend who I didn't like to start with, she was quite and smart and then when somthing happened to her she not only turns her life upside down but she takes Grace with her, which I will never forgive her for. (Sorry.. I'm getting really serious here). If she wasn't in the book, most of what happened with Grace wouldn't of happened.

My overall opinion of this book is, I loved it to bits but I didn't like some of the characters. 
I recommend this book to all people who love YA!  :) 



  1. Sounds interesting but I don't think I have ever read a YA book. In fact I didn't even know YA was a genre until I joined Goodreads back in January.

    Same with paranormal romance. Seems like a strange genre where ghosts and poltergeists fall in love.

    I wonder if Stephen King's Carrie counts as YA.

  2. Haha :) I dont know, but i really love some YA books :)

  3. Sounds interesting. Thanks for the review! :)




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