The curious flight patterns of crows lead a teen computer programmer down a path of mystery and romance. Gin trusts logic a little too much. She even designs programs to decide what to eat and how to spend her time. All that changes when shes paired with a new transfer student, Felix, on a computer modeling assignment to explain certain anomalies in the behavior of crows....
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Crow Flight Reviews
I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I love this book so much! The characters are rich and real, the plot is intense. The intrigue and conflict in the story is what really hooked me. This wasn’t just another cute, fluffy contemporary love story. This book has some serious conflict. And while I maybe had hoped for a little more action, the exposition and ultimate resolution were still nerve wracking to read. I seriously could not stop reading.
Truly a unique story and one I finished in a single night. A must read for all students interested in tech and development. One of the most realistic views into the world of computer modeling and the rigors that they entail. Rife with personal development and a great love story that doesn’t follow any of the normal book writing clichés. This book was impossible to put down and I felt myself rooting for Gin and how her meticulous work kept pushing her further into the s ...more
“And that’s when she saw them. Perched on a lower branch and nearly hidden in all the green, were two black crows. They were looking down, heads tilted, bodies still. Unafraid. It was almost like the crows knew him”
Gin is a computer programming genius, if Gin doesn’t know it then it isn’t worth knowing. She designs computer programmes in order to control her life including making daily decisions on what to wear, what to eat and how to spend her time. Introducing, Felix, a new student, who Gin is ...more
Disclaimer: I was provided with an ARC of this book by Netgalley so I could give an honest review.
Crow Flight has alot of crows and like the name suggests surprisingly the book is literally about crow flights. The name spiked alot of interest for me, and in the start, it really hooked me on by its mysterious writing.
Gin- Regina Hartson is our sweet teenager who is a little awkward and heavily relies on logic. If you bring her something that is proved by numbers she is bound to accept it. Brough ...more
This was completely different than any other YA book I have read. It was refreshing to read about teens interested in more than just dating and school activities. I also enjoyed the layers to the story beyond the typical teen-angst relationship. There was intrigue, mystery, romance, and definitely a mix of the nerd and geek culture. The characters were well-rounded and realistic. You can't help but love Gin and cheer for her throughout the book. The character growth she goes through i ...more
What is it about mysterious boy with shaggy hair that attracted girl, even the sane one. One of YA mystery I guess or is it just a product writers like to recycle because it have an attraction to it.
The story was about Gin, who got put together with Felix to work as a team in their computer modeling class, they start spending a lot of time together. This is where the love story begins, but sometimes their relationship felt a bit unrealistic.
The story and writing was decent. Not enough to pull me ...more
It's an interesting read. I enjoyed the dynamic between Gin and Felix. I have not read many books about programming, so this was different for me. Overall, a good story.
I thought this book was a decent read.
I'll start with what I like. The whole concept that life is ilogic and it's better to live in the persent was ust so beautiful and unique. I really liked reding about it. It was also relatable for me, as person who trusts logic a lot and overthinks everything.
I saw some people saying they didn't like the writing style. I, on the other hand, enjoyed it. It was a little bit confusing, there was deffinintly something with the naration, but the writing was prett ...more