Top positive review
Reviewed in Australia on 3 November 2020
While this was a well written book it still didn’t quite grab me like I was hoping. Though this is probably my first teenager book where they felt like teenagers- trying to fit into the harsh world of high school.
There also seemed to be a lot and nothing going on all at once.
I’m glad Ryen realised she could be herself. I’m more than happy that she went to help Manny. I’m glad JD and Ten proved more human and less Bully- I think I would’ve liked more of them in the book, especially JD. Trey definitely deserved what he got and so did Misha’s mum- I was disappointed that that was her actually.
It’s a good read. They’re all kind of bullies until they accept who they are and who they’ve hurt and start to make amends.