It was very well written and I read it in a night I did enjoyed it, even with the poor ending.
Kocek really brings to life the struggles both Reyna and Olive face as they navigate their new friendship and the harsh realities of high school and life in general.
Suicide and homosexuality are both topics that are central to this book, as well as persecution for being different.
In the beginning this book had a very The Perk of Being a Wallflower feel to me. Then it quickly turned into a combination of Mean Girls and Thirteen Things all the while... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jaime @Fiction Fangirls
I always start w a content rating
it has little to no sexual innuendo and if there was profanity I slid over it w out it w out noticing. Read more
While school bullying is a serious problem, this book does not portray the right solution and should not be a book for young adults. Read morePublished 11 months ago by bookworm
An interesting book on bullying, depression, teen suicide and all things young adult. Good read for young teens to read and give them a perspective on what bullying does to others... Read morePublished 11 months ago by S. Boyack
This novel brings up some very real issues that young people face. The story was a little predictable in places. I won't be specific because I don't want to include spoilers. Read morePublished 12 months ago by T. Corson
though this is not my usual type of book I found it touched on some very pertinent information. It handles the difficulty kids face in school trying to figure out who they are... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lisa Anderson
She has no good qualities whatsoever. She is a serial liar, a backstabber, a horrible friend, and conpletely untrustworthy. I have never hated a main character as much as this one. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Vin
I enjoyed the comparison and contrast between Scotland and the US. This is an Interesting story with good characters and plot.Published 13 months ago by Michelle