Something In Between by Melissa de la Cruz
Published by: Mira Ink
Note: We received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
I was really excited to read Something in Between because of the subject matter. It’s a shame that I read this one so soon after The Sun is Also a Star, though, as I couldn’t help but draw comparisons between the portrayal of illegal immigrants. Both authors took the same stance: that it’s unjust and an ugly term to describe people that have only done what was best for their families, and I think that message was the most powerful, but I wholeheartedly preferred Nicola Yoon’s take because it felt less romanticised. Let’s discuss… Continue reading “Review: Something In Between by Melissa de la Cruz”