The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith ❥ Book Review


Release Date: January 2, 2012
Format: Paperback- 272 pages
Source: Bookstore
More Info: Goodreads, Author’s Website

If I could describe this book in 3 words, they would be cute, cute and cute. This was such a fun and flowing read that I finished it in one sitting. The story is great- I felt like it was one of those movies where you know the two main characters and going to end up together, but when they finally do you’re still sort-of surprised and very emotional. That’s how this story was for me, even from the summary on the back of the book, you know what’s going to happen, yet you get sucked into the story anyways and hang on to every word.

The book is very well written and is perfect for young adults who are looking for a super cute, really fun novel to read. It’s also great for “beginners” when it comes to reading, since the book itself isn’t long and the language is pretty simple to understand.

I totally fell in love with the characters and felt like I could some-what relate to them. Hadley, the main character, is dealing with her father remarrying and Oliver, the cute british guy from the airport, is dealing with a family crisis as well, which makes for a really relatable story that could probably help teenagers dealing with those sorts of situations understand them a little better.

Overall, this was a great book and Jennifer’s writing was absolutely amazing.

The Glossover:
Originality: ★★★★★
Writing: ★★★★★
Cover: ★★★★★
Over all: ★★★★★

Happy Reading!


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