I had never heard of "We Are Inevitable" By Gayle Forman before Bookishfirst, I'm usually more into fantasy young adult or dystopian. I was drawn to the bright cover and good reviews. I was expecting a lighthearted book, when this book is really about a struggling bookstore, love, and family drama, and also carries an important message about addiction. The book follows Aaron, whose parents own a failing bookstore. I like that this story's main plot isn't love, but that it has a little romance hidden in it. I loved how Forman writes about emotions so well you feel like you're feeling them, and it makes you want to keep reading. I felt suspense, where I was left wondering what would happen, and emotional moments that made me as sad as the characters.
Overall, I would recommend this book. It wasn't my favorite, but it was definitely good.