Monday, October 15, 2018

Review: Definitely Daphne by Tami Charles

Definitely DaphneDefinitely Daphne by Tami Charles
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

@capstonePub #partner - I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Released 10/01/18

Annabelle Louis and her military family just moved again which is nothing new. But now Annabelle has to go to a real middle school versus being home-schooled. She doesn't take it well. In order to help her adjust to the change, her parents sets her up with a therapist which in turn prompts the start of a social experiment that will soon get out of control.

Annabelle’s journey of self acceptance and awareness is a beautiful and emotional one. Making friends is one of the hardest thing to do when you're shy or a social introvert. And we all want to fit in, find people we connect with, so I feel like this was written for tween me.
I love the complex and complicated relationships, the awkward and funny moments, and the embarrassing ones too.
The writing style is a combination of prose and screenplay and it adds so much to Annabelle's voice while enhancing the drama in the book to a cinematic level.

I fell in love with Tami Charles as an author when I read Like Vanessa and I'm so glad she wrote another book that reached inside my soul and hugged my younger self tight once again.

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