Love & Olives
Teenager Liv Varanakis hasn’t seen her Atalatis hunter father since she was eight years old. Then one day out of the blue she gets a postcard from her father inviting her to Santorini, Greece to help out with his documentary on his theories of Atlantis. When she arrives she is awed by what Santorini has to offer, but she can’t shake her mixed feelings about her father. On top of that, she has to deal with her father’s charming protege, Theo. This is a perfect book for someone who loves adventure, romance, and drama. This makes the book very compelling to read. The main character Liv is a relatable character because it also talks about her struggles being an up-and-coming adult. The author did a really good job of describing Santorini and everything Liv was seeing. It felt like you were right there next to her. The author also did very well in describing the characters, making this book even more intriguing. The story was never boring or slow making it very hard to put down. This book is five hundred words so it does take time to read. All in all, I do recommend reading this book.
|Jenna Evans Welch
|Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
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