Book review: Reset by Sarina Dahlan

Reset by Sarina Dahlan is the best book I’ve read this year. It’s beautifully written and has some interesting insight.

It started off slow for me, but when it got around 30% I couldn’t put it down.

The characters were complex. I especially loved Benja.

The parts about music were interesting and thought provoking.

The whole concept of Reset made me wonder if I don’t value my time. If I had only 4 years, would I make the same choices? Would I find the same people?

A part of me loved the ending, but I wish there was more of it. I want to know what happens after. Yet, sequels could end up wrecking the book’s ending.
I can’t wait to see what other stories the author has to tell.

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