Of All the Stupid Things
FTC: I received this book from the publisher with the understanding that I would provide an honest review with no compensation.
Total grade: 80% B
Total rating: 14+
When a rumor starts circulating that Tara's boyfriend Brent has been sleeping with one of the guy cheerleaders, the innuendo doesn't just hurt
And then new-girl Riley arrives in school with her long black hair, athletic body, and her blasé attitude, and suddenly
When I received this book I didn’t know much about it. I had one friend who had reviewed and loved it. It was not my thing though. The people were portrayed in a way that just bugged me. I felt not one connection to the characters. It was as if they were not human because of the things they felt. That probably sounds bad, but honestly that’s how I felt.
The plot was different but not developed enough. If it had been more developed I may have liked it better. It might have just needed developed in a different way all together, I’m not sure.
I recommend this book to people who just want a book about sexuality.
Here is a random quote I found by opening to a random page:
“Don’t you ever do that to me again!”