The Perfect Escape by Suzanne park Book Review
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The Perfect Escape by Suzanne Park

Book Review: The Perfect Escape by Suzanne park
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Nate Jae-Woo Kim wants to be rich. When one of his classmates offers Nate a ridiculous amount of money to commit grade fraud, he knows that taking the windfall would help support his prideful Korean family, but is compromising his integrity worth it? Luck comes in the form of Kate Anderson, Nate’s colleague at the zombie-themed escape room where he works. She approaches Nate with a plan: a local tech company is hosting a weekend-long…
The Perfect Escape by Suzanne park Book Review
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The Perfect Escape by Suzanne Park

The Perfect Escape by Suzanne Park is a cute, fun & memorable novel about two kids right before they hit adulthood. Throw in a Zombie Escape room, issues with parents & a survival contest & I’m super entertained.

I knew going into The Perfect Escape that this is more of a YA themed romance. I’m totally fine with that even though I’m definitely not a huge YA fan. Several months back I listened to Frankly In Love & I just fell in love with it. For me, there are a lot of great similarities between the two stories.

Kids about to graduate high school with hopes & dreams finding themselves in a new, fresh relationship. Are YA tropes a thing? If so, that’s my YA trope!

The more I think about The Perfect Escape by Suzanne Park, the more I really like it. There is a tenderness and vulnerability in both characters that really makes me root for each character. I love Nate’s little sister. There are a lot of pop culture references thrown around & I always love that.

THE VERDICT

I am Really Into This book! I really like for Park’s debut and I can’t wait to see what she does next. Read this if you’re in the mood for a lighter story that leaves you smiling.

If you’re in the mood for another light YA romance, be sure to check out Tweet Cute by Emma Lord. Let’s connect with books!  We have all of our reviews on Goodreads!

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