Starworld

Starworld Review

Sam Jones and Zoe Miller have one thing in common: they both want an escape from reality. Loner Sam flies under the radar at school and walks on eggshells at home to manage her mom’s obsessive-compulsive disorder, wondering how she can ever leave to pursue her dream of studying aerospace engineering. Popular, people-pleasing Zoe puts up walls so no one can see her true self: the girl who was abandoned as an infant, whose adoptive mother has cancer, and whose disabled brother is being sent away to live in a facility. When an unexpected encounter results in the girls’ exchanging phone numbers, they forge a connection through text messages that expands into a private universe they call Starworld. In Starworld, they find hilarious adventures, kindness and understanding, and the magic of being seen for who they really are. But when Sam’s feelings for Zoe turn into something more, will the universe they’ve built survive the inevitable explosion?

Title:Starworld
Edition Language:English

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  • Stephanie

    *loves this book so much* :D :D :D...

  • Erin

    What an adorable story. Starworld is the first novel I’ve read by either author, and I must say I am pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed it much more than I though I would. The fantastical elements of ...

  • Emily (emilykatereads)

    Well, looks like 2019 will be the year I don't waste time on books I'm not enjoying. I DNF'd this one at page 102. Although, I did skip to the end and read most of the last 50ish pages so get the idea...

  • Honora Quinn

    4.5I got this book as an arc and did not know what to expectwowieI got really into this book until it depressed me like a truck to the face.I enjoyed the characters and Sam and Zoe were so amazing but...

  • Kait Goodwin (Kait Plus Books)

    *hopes you enjoy this book as much as I did*Full review to come at kaitgoodwin.com/books! 😊...

  • Kiki Cole

    From the cover to the characters to the hidden secrets buried behind two characters’ facades, this upcoming novel explores the depths of emotion and mental illness. OCD, anxiety, adoption, and menta...

  • Elizabeth Mellen

    This was good - I think if I was in the target demographic it might’ve been a 5, but the “Starworld” aspects, while very real to my high school awkward chatting online phase, wasn’t fun for me...

  • Jill

    High school is a hard time, but having a mother with cancer and a disabled brother, or struggling to understand your sexuality while navigating your mother’s OCD makes high school even harder. So, w...

  • mahana ?

    Sapphicathon: Read a book with a cover you love & Read a book where the romance isn't the focusstorytime: i was robbed of the 2 days it took me to read this...

  • Jess Walker

    I am well and truly in a book hangover here..I started this book as my first ever ‘second read’. I read the book on the Kindle app on my iPhone and intended to read it during breaks at work and ju...