10 Days by KJ Holliday – Review by Dani Dando

10 Days10 Days by KJ Holliday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If I had friends like Alexander’s, I think that I would murder them all, because nothing could convince me to go on a survivalist trek, not even for research for a novel. I tell you I’d be googling it with my hands wrapped around a glass of wine, wrapped up in a duvet, binge-watching something terrible on Netflix. Alexander Jones isn’t as smart as me and instead lets his friends pressure him into a daft adventure that they swear will give him the know-how in writing his next novel. Alex, bless him thinks it’s going to be easy, because he possesses ‘deductive reasoning’, but easy it is not. I mean, I could have told him that.
I guess he does have them to thank for meeting the girl of his dreams. Because in 10 days he falls in love with the childhood friend of his mate Luke. I really like Penny Foster (the childhood friend), I thought she was refreshing and cool, and it was interesting to get to know her through Alex’s narrative, who was insanely sarcastic and just the right amount of miserable about most things.
Honestly, this was hilarious, and I adored it. Holliday just knows how to grip you, and as simple as the storyline is, it never gets boring or old. I would recommend this to anyone. Get reading, you will have a laugh, trust me.

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