by Siobhan Vivian
3- Pizza on a Monday night. It’s Good Stuff.
What Did I Think?
This is one of those reviews that is hard to write. Not because I did not like the book but because I did not love it either. I really liked the idea of it, the book deals with what I think is probably a very common issue for kids this age, bullying. The whole "mean girls" phenomenon specifically. It was hard at first for me to keep all the girls straight. I had to refer back to the List at the beginning to remember who each character was. Once I got farther into the book it was easier because all the girls were pretty different.
Are you bored with my review yet? Well, to be honest that is how I started to feel with the book. Maybe BORED is not the right word, perhaps it is more accurate to say my interest waned? I did finish the book in one day though so I did at least want to know how it ended. I was a little bit surprised at some of the revelations towards the end of the book but nothing that blew my mind really.
So, I know. I KNOW. This is not helpful. Do I recommend the book? I want to say yes. I think that if nothing else it does shed light on some issues that teens are facing these days. I still think this is one that I would recommend more to younger readers. However, I have seen a lot of other bloggers read this one and really love it. Maybe I was just not in the mood for it.
BOTTOM LINE: It was good, but I didn’t LOVE it.
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Source: Southern Book Blogger ARC Tours