We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun

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We Are Still TornadoesWe Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Scott and Cath have been best friends forever. The pair grew up across the street from one another and has always been there for each other. Now Cath is headed off to college while Scott is stuck in their hometown working at his father’s store and trying to pursue his musical dreams since he never took school seriously.

These two friends manage to keep in touch and stay close all throughout the year that Cath is away no matter what happens in their lives. Through all that happens in their lives whether it’s heartache or hope Scott and Cath learn that the one person they always depend on is each other.

We Are Still Tornadoes is a contemporary read with a bit of a twist, the story is told through the letters that Scott and Cath write to each other during their year apart. Set in the 80’s there is also a lot of musical mentions during that time to set up the time period the couple is separated which is fun for those that enjoy a flashback read.

The books started off quite hilarious but as time and events happen it turns into an emotional ride. It was great to watch these two grow and deal with all their problems together no matter what came into their lives. I just couldn’t help but root for them and felt that I got to know them as people through their letters.

Overall, great read with great characters. A bit of a flashback to the 80s with the story being told through the letter writing of the two main characters.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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