To Whatever End | Review

Title: To Whatever End
Author: Lindsey Frydman
Pages: 276 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Entangled: Teen
Release date: 4 January 2020
Rating: ★★★.5


What if with every person you met, after just one touch, you have a vision of the last time you’ll see each other? Ever. Normally, these visions are innocent—two friends just drifting apart, a random stranger that brushed past you then never crossed your path again.

But not today.

When I accidentally touch him, within only moments of our first meeting, I’m bombarded by visions of his death.

And from what I can see, I’m the reason he dies.

Now I just need to figure out why, and how to stop this from happening. Because not only am I to blame, but his very last words to me are… I love you.

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This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Entangled Teen!

After reading the synopsis of To Whatever End, I was really intrigued and I wanted to know what this story was about. So I requested the ARC and I’m so happy I did! I enjoyed reading this book and I really liked the concept. I’ve never read a book by Lindsey Frydman before so I was extra excited to read this book. I love discovering new authors.

I really liked the main characters. I liked Quinn because of her passion for photography, and I couldn’t not like Griffin. From the moment we first read about him in To Whatever End, I instantly fell in love with him. He’s just so cute, and I couldn’t stop smiling. I also like his background story and that he wanted a fresh start. I think we can all relate to that!

I liked To Whatever End, but I do think it was a bit predictable. I also wished we had some more background on her visions and I would’ve loved another chapter between the last chapter and the epilogue. But besides that, I think that To Whatever End was a good and easy read, and I will definitely check out the other book by Lindsey Frydman.