Saturday, April 19, 2014

Review: The Isobel Journal by Isobel Harrop

Publisher: Hot Key Books
Source: Sent For Review
Pages: 208
Series: Standalone
Release Date: November 7, 2013

THE ISOBEL JOURNAL is no ordinary snapshot of a contemporary teenage life. A charming and vivid narrative scrapbook of the eighteen-year-old author's sketches, mini-graphic novels, photographs and captions, it captures her wit, her observations and her creative talent as she takes us through the three central themes in her life: 'Love', 'Friends, Art and Otters' and 'Me'.

I received this book from NetGalley and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

When I first recieved this book, I was kind of iffy about reading it. I have never read a book like this before. I was really expecting myself to not like it. However, I thought this book was spot on when it comes to a teenagers life. I was thinking back to my teenage years as I read this and I could rate to it a lot. I really enjoyed not only reading the story, but also looking at all of the pictures that are in this book. There were things like concert tickets and myriad of people she has seen and sketched over the years. There's not a lot you can really say about this book. Just know that it's super quick, really cute, and enjoyable read!

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