Beatrix Adams knows exactly how shes spending the summer before her senior year. Determined to follow in Da Vincis footsteps, shes ready to tackle the one thing that will give her an advantage in a museum-sponsored scholarship contest: drawing actual cadavers. But when she tries to sneak her way into the hospitals Willed Body program and misses the last metro train home, she meets a boy who turns her summer plans upside down.Jack is charming, wildly attractive, and possibly one of San Franciscos most notorious graffiti artists. On midnight buses and city rooftops, Beatrix begins to see who Jack really isand tries to uncover what hes hiding that leaves him so wounded. But will these secrets come back to haunt him? Or will the skeletons in her familys closet tear them apart?...
|Title||:||The Anatomical Shape of a Heart|
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The Anatomical Shape of a Heart Reviews
REALLY enjoyed Bennett's debut foray into YA. Not only is it swoon-worthy, sex-positive, and unique in its casting of hero and heroine, but it's also family-centric and impeccably well-written. Can't wait to see what else Bennett has in store for us, both Adult and YA. ;)
I’ve read all 3 of Jenna’s YA books now which makes me sad because they’re all so wonderful and I want more 😭
I will literally buy any YA book she releases 😂
"Earth to Beatrix. This was the night bus, not a Journey song. Two strangers were not on a midnight train going anywhere."
I’m kind of bummed that I can’t rate this book higher, but this book has a pretty big amount of insta-love seeping through its pages. To be fair, the teen romance is nicely build up and the story has a positive attitude towards sex, but after reading for the 20th time how hot Jack looked I was ready to throw this book into the dustbin.
The main characters in this book are ...more
"Feeling alive is always a risk."
Wow. Gorgeous cover. Stunning story. Incredible writing. This isn't your average YA Contemporary Romance. I admit that Jenn Bennett is a name that I haven't heard of when it comes to YA. But after reading this novel, her name is one I'll never forget and and I'll forever stalk.
TASoaH sucked me in from the very start. Theres something so magical in the first chapter of this book that made me stick around until I read the last page. Well, that magical feeli ...more
Oh my GOODNESS. I think I just melted into a puddle of feels.
I loved the idea of this book and was super excited to read it.
Love love love Bex and Jack so much I almost don't have words to explain why. The two of them together were just perfection. Their conversations were filled with snark and swoons and heartfelt conversations and passion over art and I just devoured it.
I seriously think I could read these two forever.
**Huge thanks to Feiwel and Friends and NetGalley for providing the arc in exchange for an honest review**
it is literally impossible to feel more whatever, more blah, more okay-sure-fine about a book than i feel about this one.
will i review it? who knows. probably not, unless you count me copy/pasting the word "eh" 1,000 times as a review.
Well this book is a little paint splotch of adorableness and calamity. It's about art. ART, PEOPLES. I'm a sucker for arty books, especially Evil Art books (please, do not doubt my terms, how dare you) like graffiti and I'm-arting-even-though-my-parents-don't-believe-in-how-I-like-to-art. I'm uber passionate about art, so I just wanted to squish this book into a painty cuddle. Plus the characters! The writing! THE DEAD BODIES!!
Okay, okay, I'm getting ahead of myself. Let me start out calmly.