A review by girlglitch
Every Little Piece of My Heart by Non Pratt


One thing that I love about contemporary UKYA is that writers aren't afraid to take a simple idea and run with it. Every Little Piece of My Heart is essentially an exploration of friendship, and how complex, confusing and all-consuming it can be.

The story takes place over two days (with the help of a few flashbacks), but somehow it never feels rushed. There's not all that much plot, but there is a lot of character development, with each of the cast of characters going on their own emotional journey.

It's an effortless read, a YA that explores a whole range of issues and diversity without being reductive or overly didactic. Every Little Piece of My Heart is real and relatable, smart and understated - with just enough of a mystery to keep you turning those pages.

*Thank you to Netgalley for the arc in exchange for an honest review*