Fierce Fragile Hearts by Sara Barnard
Series: Beautiful Broken Things book 2
Published by: Pan Macmillan
Release date: 07/02/19
Summary: ‘This time around, I’m going to be so much better. I’m going to prove to them that it was worth waiting on me.’
Two years after a downward spiral took her as low as you can possibly go, Suzanne is starting again. Again. She’s back in Brighton, the only place she felt she belonged, back with her best friends Caddy and Rosie. But they’re about to leave for university. When your friends have been your light in the darkness, what happens when you’re the one left behind?
Fierce Fragile Hearts is the stunning sequel to international bestseller Beautiful Broken Things.
*I was sent an ARC of this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
I really enjoyed Beautiful Broken Things, so when I saw that Sara was coming out with a sequel, I was really excited.
I actually ended up struggling to get through this book, but it wasn’t because I didn’t enjoy it. I just wasn’t in the mood for a contemporary when I picked this up, all I wanted to read was fantasy. I actually picked up two fantasy books in the middle of reading this, which helped me get the fantasy mood out of my system.
Another thing that really helped was forcing myself to sit down and read solidly for an hour. Every time I did this, it didn’t take me long before I was sucked back into the story and dying to know what happened next.
I loved seeing how far Suzanne had come and seeing her living alone and being independent. I found this book more relatable because the charaters are older and starting to live alone and work.
There wasn’t really anything about this book that I didn’t like, and I would definitely recommend it if you enjoyed the first book.