Thursday, 30 September 2010

Wasted by Nicola Morgan

Jack worships luck and decides his actions by the flip of a coin. No risk is too great if the coin demands it. Luck brings him Jess, a beautiful singer who will change his life. But Jack's luck is running out, and soon the stakes are high. As chance and choice unravel, the risks of Jack's game become terrifyingly clear.

This book is intense. It constantly speaks of luck and chance and philosophy. I found it very enjoyable.
R.G. (S3) ***½

This book is a true masterpiece. It brings up so many philosophical questions and entwines fantasy and reality in a beautiful way. I would recommend this to anyone.
C.W. (S2) ****½

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