Michelle Min Sterling
Published April 4, 2023
By Atria Books
I was really excited to love Camp Zero. When a book promises to combine my favorite genres with a feminist twist, I’m always willing to give it a chance.
Regrettably, Camp Zero failed to deliver on most of its promises, at least in my perspective. It wasn’t terrible, but it also wasn’t particularly gripping. I found it challenging to remain engaged in the plot. Typically, when I read a book with multiple points of view, I can become invested in at least one of them.
Of all the perspectives, White Alice’s had the most potential. I can’t say I loved it, but it had promise. I wish the entire book had focused more on that group. However, that’s just the way it is, isn’t it?
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