The Law of Inertia

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Title: The Law of Inertia
Author: S. Gonzales
Publisher: Amberjack Publishing
Release Date: October 1st 2018
Genre(s): Young Adult, Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 353
Reviewed by: LenaR
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5


When James’s boyfriend killed himself, no one questioned what happened. A foster kid with a checkered past and a history of suicide attempts, Ash was just another number in a system that failed him.

But to James, Ash was never just a number, and James discovers that the facts around his death don’t stack up so neatly. Now James has plenty of questions, and the one person who might have held the answers—Ash’s older brother, Elliot—has left town. And if anyone knows where he is, they aren’t talking. As James searches for Elliot to answer lingering inconsistencies, he grows suspicious of what really happened on Ash’s last day.

After all, innocent people don’t run.

I really don’t know how to review this book. Because even if I’ll try to be very vague I can probably give too much away.

The best is to dive into the story knowing NOTHING.

It starts like ONE genre, and ends like ANOTHER.

It will break your heart and then it will heal it.

It will make you cry and then it will make you cry again, but different kind of tears.

Beautiful, emotional and…different. You can either LOVE it or HATE it.

I hope you will FEEL the same as I do…

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A passionate reader from Germany. I learned to read at the age of 4 and never stopped since then, though my books from that time were very different from what they are now. English is my third language, and I'm sorry for all grammar mistakes I made in my reviews. But I assure you, that my reading English is much better than my writing English. I'm a seeker for the books that differ from mainstream, that provoke the reader or have very often very opposite ratings.