Growing up in the 1990's myself, I did experience a sense of nostalgia as I read this title. Some of my child-hood memories came flooding back.
I disliked the protagonist and found the character progression rather slow and un-moving.
I liked the writing style, very easy to read and to settle into, the pacing definitely helped with that.
A good read!
by Julie Oakley
This book was definitely outside of my usual read but I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It vaguely reminded me of The Wolf of Wallstreet movie, which I enjoyed, and the pace was great. It was hard for me to connect with Alex, the main character, in the beginning because he was usually in the background. Overall it was an enjoyable read and I’d recommend it to fans of strong character development and anyone looking for something a bit different to read.
There were certain aspects of this book that I really liked! For example, the fact that it was was set in the 90's was a plus! I really like books that are historical/or in the past (or before modern day), so this book was very appealing. I also liked the main characters experiences. They were very easy to relate to- although I couldn't related to his personality, but his thoughts were very his age, if you get what I mean. It also was a very fast read, meaning that it pulled me in- mainly because it was so truthful and genuine. I think it gives a good outlook on what others can and do go through.
by Maile Narro
Windows 96 takes place in the 1990s. I was a 90s child, so I enjoyed that part of it. The story was good overall. Characters were interesting. The plot was engaging and moved quickly. A fast read. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.
by Jamie Bass
Cal Holmes in the Yorkshire countryside. Writing has only ever been a hobby, along with reading, oil painting, and snowboarding.
A brief stint as a double gazing canvasser in the 90s inspired Windows 96.