Today I am reviewing...
Reality Ends Here by Alison Gaylin
Publication Date: June 10th, 2013
Publisher: Pocket Star
Source: E-ARC from Netgalley
Rating: 2.5/5 ALLRIGHT STARS
Well, I find Reality End Here by Alison Gayin divides into two parts. One part wanders about a reality show family hysteria and the second part beats a thriller mystery.
I found the first part the better of the two sections. The distance and struggle for reconciliation between Estella and her mother. Estella’s adorable younger siblings that each had their own issues that I wish they did not have to experience yet. The story relates the scrutiny Estella has to deal with as a reality star.
The mystery runs in absurdity. I believed the story was exciting and entertaining. I wished I everything came together though in a sense of more related cause and effects. Basically, the mystery exploration existing in a less jumpy manner.
Estella is not among my list of touching characters. Her circumstances are what interested me. But she never goes beyond her circumstances to become a person I would root for or want to meet in reality.
This is an interesting story. The plot is imperfect yet I found it amusing. The beginning’s is wonderful as it portrays of adorable young children in a genuine manner. The mystery's results were a mixture of bothersome stretches and surprising movements.
It is just not a story that lingers. I hardly remember many of the characters of reaching beyond the surface.
Thanks for reading!