Review : The Inconceivable Life of Quinn by Marianna Baer

About the 16-year-old daughter of a high-profile politician in Brooklyn, who struggles to uncover the mystery of how she – a virgin – could be pregnant, in this novel of family secrets and media scandal-mongering.

I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

This book comes out April 4th 2017

First, i have to say i did not finish this book. I’ve read around 50% of it and just couldn’t get into it. To be honest, i was bored. alot. The storyline started off interesting. A girl finds out she’s pregnant and doesn’t remember having sex. Yes, sounds like an interesting premise…i was hoping for a good mystery. What i got was a dull storyline with some not that great characters. Quinn was okay. In a way she wasn’t that bad to follow around, but something was missing. I didn’t find her very relatable or even that interesting. Obviously, i was hoping for a little more. Like i said, I didn’t finish it. i just couldn’t care about it. So, i still don’t know what happened to Quinn or who the hell is the dad. do i care? Not at all. i’m not that interested to find out either, which is not a good sign…

Sadly, this book just didn’t work for me. I found it boring and i just couldn’t get into it…
The Inconceivable Life of Quinn : DNF


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