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- I loved this book from the start and was laughing out loud right away.
- Hilarious, laugh out loud funny.
- The chapters switch off between the story being narrated from the perspectives of Dash and Lily.
- I immediately loved the juxtaposition between the Dash and Lily’s personalities.
- Wordplay is ingenious, light-hearted, and fun (especially Dash’s character)
- The story never lagged and is interesting throughout.
In Depth Review
This is a terrific and quick little read for the holiday season, for young adults and young-at-heart adults alike. The story is funny as fuck, and I love the well placed obscenities. I immediately fell in love with Dash’s character, who is charming, witty, sardonic, and playful.
i love the unique way that the characters court each other, it’s fun and cute. There are unique twists throughout the book that I did not see coming that keep the pages turning.
If I had to describe this book in two words?: smart and fun.
- There are two narrators, a female, Tara Sands (also voices for Pokémon) who reads the chapters in Lily’s voice, and a male, Ryan Gesell (also an actor) who reads the chapters in Dash’s voice. Both are American’s and narrate with an American accent.
- The book is not read too slowly, but at a good conversational pace.
- The narrators do an amazing job of bringing their characters to life, and also a terrific job of voicing the other characters in the story. I don’t care so much for Ryan’s impersonation of females, but I’m sure that’s a personal preference.
I enjoyed Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares while listening to the playlist “Winter LoFi” on Spotify by Matthew Robinson.
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