- File Size: 538 KB
- Print Length: 218 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X734R10
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,361 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Confessions of a Queen B* (The Queen B* Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Young Adult age-range: 14+
Crista McHugh is a new-to-me author, hooking me from page-one. The writing style was fluid, with swift pacing, causing me to read feverishly to see what happened next.
Our narrator is Alexis, the crusader of truth. After being betrayed/bullied by her childhood best friend- only a best friend has the ammunition to truly annihilate you -Alexis formed, not only a thick skin, but the persona of a Queen B*, not to be confused with Queen Bee.
Alexis is harsh, unforgiving, seeking justice, not vengeance/revenge. She is just, sticking up for the those who are bullied and treated poorly, especially by the popular crowd in school. But her world is knocked off its axis when she has to partner in Health class with Brett- the golden boy, quarterback, presumably the boyfriend of the ex-BFF-betrayer.
Alexis blogs the the dark and dirty of the popular crowd, naming names, including with faculty of the school for their wrong-doing, but she's a difficult girl to get to know.
This fast-paced read took the reader on a journey as Alexis had to find a balance between being so guarded she didn't allow anyone in, but not so open she allows herself to get hurt. She tries to keep her ethics in check, when normally something so black and white isn't as it appears to be.
The storyline is a bit more mature than most, but I believe it's appropriate for younger readers, as they are in the trenches of junior high and high school, experiencing these events on a daily basis. Alexis shows the reader right from wrong, and all the various shades of gray in between.
There's no doubt about it- I'm off to one-click The Queen B* Strikes Back.
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