I wish some of my peers could have read this book when I was in junior high or high school.
Very little of it comes across as interesting or well-written to me in terms of plot, character development, or setting.
I have learned some valuable lessons from this book's message, specifically about judging a book by its cover.
My 6th grade daughter can not put this book down. Just enough middle school angst to keep her hooked -Published 3 days ago by Lori B.
I had this book for a class and It is a great book that depicts real life situations. I reccomend it to anybody looking for a great, true read. It deserves 5 stars.Published 3 months ago by Gage Millage
I bought this book for my daughter and stated reading it with her and after I got to chapter 15 I couldn't stop reading it I had to finish it to find out how everything ended and I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lynette Puckett
Purchased for my grandson who said it was not interesting reading but it was assigned reading for the summer.Published 5 months ago by psych RN
I liked the writing on this one but the storyline on it wasn't as good as the other two I read before it (Luna and Keeping You a Secret). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Swank Ivy
I liked it but it was ok so yea but I read it fir school and thAt kinda made me. It want to read but I liked itPublished 6 months ago by Jennifer M. Hogan
This book was so amazingly written! I read it for my summer reading because all my friends were! At first I wasn't too keen on reading it because it didn't seem like my type of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Maria Ruehl
I love this book a lot but I thought that I could have had a better ending. The book just ended. Hopefully their will be a sequel. I would recommend this book. ThanksPublished 7 months ago by claudia