Tell Me Three Things (ebook)
by Julie Buxbaum
Imagine your mom (your best friend) dying of cancer. Then your dad remarries someone you’ve never met. Then he moves you into her fancy home in California, away from your friends and all that is familiar. Then you have to adapt to a new climate, a new step brother who seems to hate you, a new school, and culture shock. When you’re on the verge of a breakdown, you start receiving mysterious, but helpful emails from a person named Somebody Nobody, who gives you advice on how to survive at your new school. Jessie narrows the identity of Somebody Nobody down to 3 people, and the end may surprise you.
What I liked about this book was that the end didn’t surprise me. I pretty much guessed who it was, and it was who I was rooting for. This is a cute, romantic story that won’t leave you feeling depressed or angry. It won’t make you want to throw the book away, and you’ll likely finish it as quickly as I did!
What I didn’t like about this book was that the end didn’t surprise me. Ha ha… I like and don’t like books that are predictable, depending on my mood. I didn’t like the idea of being “peened” and the word “peen” to begin with. That made me feel old and prudish.
Book 58 of 40 (40 Book Challenge)