RATING: 5 of 5 stars
I have never done a book review before; I’m not sure what goes where and all that other technical good stuff so I’ll just be giving you a basic summary of the book and my rating. Take note that my ratings are personally based so yeah, it’s not like “professional” or anything (does that even make sense?)…
I personally dislike it when people tend to give out the whole book and then I feel like I’ve already read it, so when I say “basic summary of the book”, I mean super basic.
The book is basically another take on Juno, where a girl gets pregnant as a teen and has to deal with the consequences of her actions. The book goes back and forth between the past and the present. Of course, this book is a beautifully complicated love story between two people but it is so much more than that. I think this is a story of embracing the future and coming to terms with one’s past, much more than it is a love story.
Although I didn’t find myself crying, I did find myself moved. In my opinion, it’s a book’s ability to move a reader that makes it worth reading. For this reason, I give this book a fantastic 5/5.