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When fifteen-year-old Jake Bergamot receives—and then forwards to a friend—a sexually explicit video that an eighth-grade admirer sent to him, the video goes viral within hours. The scandal that ensues threatens to shatter his family’s sense of security and identity—and, ultimately, their happiness. This Beautiful Life is a devastating, clear-eyed portrait of modern life that will have readers debating their assumptions about family, morality, and the choices we make in the name of love.
Luckily it only took me a few days to read this book so not too much of my time was wasted.
Yes, there is a look at a family attempting to find some degree of shared understanding in very difficult circumstances, but they just never make it.
This book had an interesting subject but I did not like the authors writing style and I really did not like the characters.
Interesting topic, but the overall story line was rather predictable.Published 2 days ago by n juar
I had a hard time following this book some of the time. Following each person's story got confusing jumping back and forth.Published 1 month ago by Jackquelyn Swett
This book had a very different title than what the book seemed to be. I believe the point of the book could have been less graphic.Published 2 months ago by Kay Guffey
When his dad pursues a new job opportunity, fifteen year old Jake Fisher is forced to move from a small, rural Ithaca community to New York City. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Sova
A very good read! As the parent of a teenager and a few pre-teens, I could really identify with the reality of the situations that social media has introduced into our lives and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer