180 Seconds||Review

||Note: This is the first book I’ve read fully since I passed my Kennedy Fox book hangover. And I’m so excited. Luckily that’ll be fixed in April.||

Picking up this book, I did not expect it to be what it was. 180 Seconds follows the life of Allison. A girl who has just entered her first year at college. Allison’s past is a tragic one. She was bounced from foster home to foster home. To top it off, she never escaped the system until she was sixteen years old.

When Simon adopted Allison, she was a teenager in her prime with horrible anxiety. Her state of mind was so introverted it was almost scary. Now that she started college, she’s trying to branch out of her shy shell and live. This wasn’t easy until she met Esben.

Esben Baylor was a famous social media icon who just happen to go to her college. Allison doesn’t know who he is though until her friend from the system, Steffi comes to visit after she see’s a video going viral of her best friend making out with Esben. One thing leads to another and Allison is finally learning Esben is a really good guy.

My Rating 10/10 SOLID!

All the messages delivered in this story are so positive. It defiantly tore my heart out of my chest and stomped on it. I have never cried so much in a book. 180 Seconds should be a book every person in their twenties should read. It teaches you the whole world isn’t bad. It also shows that you may always have haters, but they don’t matter because the people who support you will trump that!