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As a Rape victim turned survivor, I resonated with this book, even the protagonist was my favourite character, from movie to book and as the author been a part of the movie's screenplay was what caught my attention of the book. Its not everyone's TBR list, especially the very detailed rape, that brought me back to my PTSD and RTS, so readers be aware, make sure you have someone to talk to if you do read and that PTSD and RTS creeps up if you are a survivor of sexual assault.
What a page turning story that really keeps you on your toes. It is interesting in that it’s not suspense that keeps you involved nor is it a mystery but more so how life like the story is. You can tell the author wrote this not as 100% fiction, it reads very personal and the details to locations and restaurants etc would only be known to someone that spent some portion of their life living in. I believe this is her first novel and at that it’s phenomenal in how hilarious TifAni is. It’s difficult to write so much dialogue without it reading like a screenplay or losing track to who’s talking. It’s a tragic story but there are a limited number of characters, there’s no philosophical verbose proses, it’s simple in that it tells a story and nothing more. Even switching from present to past, it would almost be unnatural if it wasn’t written this way. I am looking forward reading her second novel. Some of the greats that can do what she did have passed in the last 10 years so this brings a lot of hope to the literary world.
I loved the book, and once I saw the movie, I'm really glad I read the book first. You get a lot more insight into the main character's behavior and motives. It also builds up how the various relationships are established and how they go awry to the point of no return. It kept my interest and was a real page-turner!
Probably one of the most important books a junior high student needs to read , to survive, to have knowledge of good and evil, to learn compassion and of consequences, foster tolerance, and know what is acceptable behavior and what is not. I would want my son and daughter to know this book intimately, and if possible have a wise adult in the room to discuss what is happening on nearly every page.
it took me 50 pages or so to actually start to enjoy this book. multiple times i considered just putting it back on the shelf and not finishing it. also.. a lot of the time the author wasn’t making sense in what she was writing. i am a very avid reader and this is the first book i’ve read where i have found myself being confused on what she was trying to say. however, once i got into it i couldn’t put it down. the story gets darks and involves sexual assault and other violence so if that kind of thing triggers you i would not recommend this book. if it wasn’t for the slow start and confusion throughout the book i’d give it a 5/5.