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Catfish is one of the best books I read. It was about two girls named Dana and Damika. Dana was a girl with divorced parents and met a set of twins at her church. She started hanging out with him but little did she know he was currently in an affair with another girl. Damika, on the other hand, dealt with a father who had passed away and a tremendously over protective mother. She had a boyfriend that she met online who was in his twenties. Her mother didn't approve of him. I am able to relate to this story and I have learned from it.
I relate to this story in a few ways. To start off, I relate to Damika the most. My mother is kinda protective and I have an interest in a boy she doesn't approve of. Although Damika was being catfished and I am not. I do not relate to Dana as much but I still relate. Dana is highly boy-crazy and I am too. Dana and Damika are, also, tired of her parent's tactics but learns to live with it like me.
I learned things from this book I probably never would have figured out on my own. I honestly really liked this book. It was a hilarious coincidence to my current situation.
In author Nina Foxx's newest book, CATFISH, she is able to show how even those who think they know us the best can be surprised when the truth comes out.
We meet Dana and Damika, two girls that appear to be close and the best of friends---but are they truly sharing their true selves with one another? Because Foxx gives us the book in first-person we are able to take the journey with both young women as they experience life, love and secrets in the age of social media and high-tech betrayal. Will they be able to maintain their friendship when the truth is revealed, or will they secrets they both share destroy what they have built.
Though a younger audience might really appreciate this read I believe it is great for readers of all ages to remember what is really important. As the characters are reminded "What is done in the dark..." always has a way of coming to the light---and sometimes in ways we least expected.
Entertaining and thoughtful, author Nina Foxx's CATFISH shows how easy it is to be caught up in the drama of life.