Booktuber Sophia Lee reviews ‘Extraordinary Means’: “I would most definitely recommend this book”

If you’re looking for a new book to sweep you off your feet and carry you out of the darkness of “meh” literature, then Robyn Schneider is your girl. Well, at least we at MP! think so.

Being in love with a book that breaks your heart can be hard, but we’re getting on with it, feeding our addiction to Schneider by scouring the web for new reviews and book talks.

On our travels through the treacherous valleys of the interwebz, we found Sophia Lee, booktuber and all-round Schneider fan, who read the entirety of ‘Extraordinary Means’ in the airport/on the aeroplane.

Knowing that there would be comparisons betwee ‘Extraordinary Means’ and ‘The Fault In Our Stars’, Sophia tells her watchers that they need to see Schneider’s book as its own creation – not just a copy, not just a reboot of John Green’s bestselling love story.

Plus, she names Robyn Schneider “a master of figurative language” – and we’re going to agree with that.

Check out the full book talk here.


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Written by Laura Fulton

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