Walking Disaster

October 27, 2013

Walking Disaster Realistic fiction Written By: Jamie McGuire Reviewed by: Layna Pratt Rated 4.5 out of 5

“I decided a long time ago I would feed on the vultures until dove came along. A pigeon. The kind of soul that didn’t impede on anyone; just walked around worrying about its own business, trying to get through life without pulling every body else down with its own needs and selfish habits.”
This is the perfect girl in the words of Travis Maddox, a play boy who thought that love was useless and a waste of time. This was until he met Abby, a girl with secrets of her own and reasons to avoid Travis at all costs, at one of his fights and she turns his world upside down. Needing to get close to her, Travis will do any thing to spend time with her. Since this is Not in Travis’s usual style he attracts unwanted attention to the both of them. Now every one wants to “try” Abby and he must make her want him before someone else gets to her. Until he thinks of a way to make her stay, she and Travis make a bet. If he lets his opponent land a hit in this next match then Travis will be abstinent for a month, if Abby loses then she will stay at his apartment with him for a month. Is Travis finally falling for someone? Will Abby be able to forget her past so they can have a future?
Walking Disaster is a companion to Jamie McGuire’s Beautiful Disaster.
This is a book about if you can love someone to much and what its like to lose that person. It’s also about fighting for what you want and not backing down. As Travis says love hard fight harder. Both are fast paced and don’t allow you to put the book down. They are wonderfully written and bring you into the story alongside the characters. I first picked up this book because it was recommended to me by a friend and now I’m going to return the favor. I recommend this to any whom like dramatic books and who enjoy knowing both sides of the story. Anyone who may have already read this will definitely want to read Beautiful Disaster if you haven’t already. They are both amazing books that will appeal to a wider range of people than most could.
I rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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