The Love That Split The World – REVIEW

The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry

Published: January 2016

Genres: Young Adult, Urban Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Romance

Source: Library

Also by this Author: A Million Junes

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Natalie is just starting her last Summer in the small Kentucky town she calls home, spending time with her friends and family, getting ready to say goodbye before a fresh start at college. Then her world changes… Things start looking different. One moment one thing is in front of her, and the next it is different. Her whole world starts to disappear for moments, and is instead replaced with another.

An old mysterious friend appears to her once again with a message… “You have three months to save him”, but who is it that she needs to save? Could it be her father, or maybe her brother. The boy she loved first, or the beautiful new boy who has suddenly become a part of her life. Natalie is now in a race against time, but she doesn’t exactly no to where or who.

Spoiler Free Review

Oh my goodness, I absolutely adored this book. It was such a beautiful and intriguing story, I honestly never wanted it to end. I recognized this book from around the internet, but I had never really looked into it too much. Then when I saw it at the libraryΒ I figured it was going to be a cute and fluffy read, but it was so much more.The summary on the cover did not do it justice at all!

I honestly only have one complaint about this book and it is that I wanted more of it! The imagery was so beautiful, and the relationships were wonderfully written. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes a bit of weird and a bit of mystery, with a bit of cute thrown in. There is also a pretty damn adorable boy who has definitely joined my list of book boyfriends.


Have you read The Love That Split The World?Β 
What did you think?


  1. b3nib3n

    June 30, 2017 at 10:30 pm

    I haven’t but I’ll definitely add it to my TBR list πŸ™‚

      1. b3nib3n

        June 30, 2017 at 10:43 pm

        I’ll make sure to let you know πŸ˜‰

  2. Cass, Words on Paper (@cc9309)

    July 4, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    I’ve heard lots of great things about this book! Glad you enjoyed it. πŸ™‚ It’s always a good sign when your only complaint of the book was that it was too short/there wasn’t enough. Hope I love this one too!

    Cass @ Words on Paper

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