Me and Milo the Great

A Novel by Michelle Schlicher

Storyline: My name is Holiday Sanchez. I carry a heavy burden. But I’m not the only one. There are others who know what it feels like to remember. Maybe they are the answer. Maybe we can help each other. Maybe I’ll finally get past it. Maybe it just takes time—and a little bit of magic.

Okay… so the main character has so many internal and emotional struggles. Don’t get me wrong, with her past Family problems/accident don’t blame the poor girl for having such intense anxiety about everything!! The way the character kinda talks to the reader at first, feels like she’s reaching out to you for help? Her story and her pleas Makes me want to help her. Then she Meets a guy which adds an element of romance to the story –with a plot twist later that I didn’t see coming– and although they’re the most awkward and odd characters, they just feel so real and so relatable (probably because although mines not as bad, I also have anxiety)…. The story’s chapters switch seamlessly back and forth between the past and the present. There’s a few elements of the book that seem completely crazy and improbable to the story but aside from that I really enjoyed this story and I’d recommend it! 

I’ve Never done this before but I had to share a quote from this book… something about it is just so true to me.. because it’s honestly how my anxiety feels and I’ve never been able to explain it this well…

 “There isn’t anything I can do. I can’t stop myself from panicking. It just happens. It’s involuntary. The feelings just take over my body.”

I rate this book 

8/10

If you would like to Purchase this book you can find it Here

HAVE A FAMTABULOTASTIC DAY

xoxo

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