She didn’t get it right I mean…the facts were correct
And let’s face it, she perfectly described just how amazing I look; BUT
M.S. Willis didn’t tell you about how, really, I should have been the hero of the Control series. Sure, Paige and the crew did the things they did, but they couldn’t have done them if it wasn’t for yours truly.
In case you don’t know me, my name is David. Last name? Don’t need one, I’m too fabulous to worry about small details. All you need to know is D-A-V-I-D…me!
So what’s this book about? Pretty much everything you already know, except for one glorious improvement….
It’s all David, all the time.
(Feel free to thank me later)
When I was first approached by M.S. Willis to read this book, especially after she informs me that if I rate a book a 4, that means to a normal person they would give it a 5, (apparently I’m that “strict” of a reviewer) I was a little concerned to be honest. Why would she care about my rating when it came to THIS book?
So I trekked onto reading this book with 1 mission in mind, to figure out my rating of this book.
Now I do have to say this, if you haven’t read the Control Series, you really do need to read those to understand what is happening in this book. This book is more a “fill in the blanks” when it comes to David’s character (hence the name of it!).
This book had me LAUGHING!! I mean seriously, you can tell from the caps there it was awesome. I had tears rolling down my face because I was laughing so hard at parts of it. I am completely in love with David’s character and I am so glad that M.S. was able to do his story such great justice.
The one thing that I completely enjoyed however was the lesson that David taught us during this book. Because there is a huge lesson that everyone can learn just from reading this book.
You should really read this book because I think it will do everyone some good to be taught certain things in their lives.