This is a catch-up and I made notes on this book whilst I was going along so this is mildly spoiler-ish!
First and foremost… I absolutely loved that there was science! And more than that, a young girl interested in science! It was perfect and I loved it! I also loved how we see the vulnerability and strength of Lucy! I enjoyed being able to see how overprotective her parents were in relation to her health and how sometimes it wasn’t exactly the best thing as it tended to make her feel… almost dependent and weak. So getting to see how she fought for her independence and prove that she wasn’t weak or disadvantaged because of her health was great!
However, I did feel a bit strange reading about her romantic life as it was… awkward and very uncomfortable at times so it pushed into how I rated the book. I found it awkward to read on the teacher-student thing regardless of the age so it did affect the final rating I gave this book.
I would have loved to have a few equations maybe?
I’m just a huge math nerd so I would just love to see some equations and working out for how she came to her final idea for her science project. It would have been cool but it wasn’t needed. This is just me being me and loving to read about maths lol.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to those who love physics and a bit of fantasy mixed in! It’s amazing if you don’t mind the romance bit!