I started out really enjoying this book, but since it stopped focusing on the fugitive and turned into a love story, I stopped being so invested in it. Plus, I'm not really connecting with the protagonist, either. The best part is Aza's best friend, Daisey, who's hilarious. If only the book was all her show! Anyway, since I read a book set in Northern Ireland from the perspective of a little boy immersed in the Troubles (The Good Son by Paul McVeigh), I've been in complete book hangover mode. Nothing, literally nothing, compares!! And yes, I'm now singing the song by Sinead O'Connor in my head! Nothing compares, nothing compares, too you..