Posted in 2011, May

Beatle Meets Destiny by Gabrielle Williams


“You know what they say about mistakes though,’ she said, all breathy and half-lipsy. ‘It’s the only way you ever learn anything.’ And she leant forward and kissed him. Right there, in the middle of the bar. Right there, in the middle of his lips.”

 

Title- Beatle Meets Destiny

Author- Gabrielle Williams

Publisher- Marshall Cavedish Publishing

Publish Date- October 28, 2010

Purchase- Amazon     Barnes & Noble     The Book Depository

This was a hilarious and quirky book!

Beatle’s real name is John Lennon, but everyone just calls him Beatle. Destiny’s last name is McCartney. Anyone whom is a Beatles fan, would totally get the irony in this. Beatle is very superstitious and Destiny is not sure if her name truly fits her. On Friday, the 13th, their world’s collide and all the trouble begins!!!

I actually cannot express how mush I enjoyed this book! I loved the little skits in between the chapters with the different relationships between twins. Also, the fact that Beatle and his sister were interviewed last. I enjoyed Destiny’s friends. They were a hilarious group!!! Always finding a way to get into trouble. I also really liked the fact that the writer lets you really get into Beatles head, and some of his thoughts are belly laughing funny!

The cover to this book is really eye catching. I loved the red and the hearts. (I am a sucker for hearts)

I would personally like to send out a big THANK YOU to Gabrielle Williams for writing this fun, quirky and fresh book! I would highly recommend it to anyone.

*Thanks to Marshall Cavedish Publishing for the review copy of this book!

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Author:

Heather is a happily married wife & Mom of 2 daughters and three four legged kids. She began her addiction to reading with the Twilight Saga. Mainly she reads anything in the young adult genre and is always on the lookout for the newest bestseller!

One thought on “Beatle Meets Destiny by Gabrielle Williams

  1. You are most definitely welcome. And I would like to thank you right back for such a great review of my book. So … thanks! Gab 🙂

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