Almost two months after her most recent book, Rumble, was released, I finally got my hands on this book. It was definitely worth the wait.
The book itself justifies exactly why Ellen Hopkins is my favorite author. Her beautiful writing pulls you in, breaks your heart, then leaves you smiling or crying by the end. Her books are magnificent, and if you haven’t read at least one of them, you need to. And you need to read this one:
The story begins with Matt. It’s only a few months after his younger brother’s suicide. His relationship is falling apart, he’s losing his friends, his parents’ marriage is falling through the cracks, and life pretty much sucks. This story addresses pretty much everything a teen goes through: bullying, uncertainty about life, and well… you get the picture.
This is one of those books that you can’t possibly regret picking up. It. Is. Just. That. Perfect.
So, nerds, I challenge you to read this amazing book, then comment and tell me how you liked it. And if you want more book-related posts, follow!