ARC Review: Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

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 Published : 01 / 01 / 2019  by Simon & Schuster

   Genre : 
    Young Adult Fiction || Contemporary || Romance
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Penny and Sam have an interesting and purely technical relationship, in the way that they only ever text or communicate via a device. As they both weave through their difficult lives, they share their deepest fears, but will they ever have to see each other again?
Thank you to the publisher for a free galley in exchange for an honest review 
~ No compensation was given for this review ~ 
I've heard a lot of hype around ‘Emergency Contact’ and in my mind, I compare it to John Green's ‘Turtles all the Way Down’ in the way that I expected a lot because of hype (either around the title or the author) and was pleasantly surprised. Although I found that ‘Emergency Contact’ did not make me implode with newfound realisation, I did really really enjoy this novel!

I encountered a few formatting problems on my kindle trying to read this, but have absolute faith that this will be ironed out when the official copy comes out. I found it rather difficult to empathise with the characters as I personally need to see or hear people gauge reactions even somewhat accurately, but ai was really entertained with the way that Sam and Penny interacted.  

I found that perhaps there were a few things I would have found difficult but this novel was most definitely a pleasure to read, one I can easily see myself rereading in the future. A read-a-long anyone?

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