When I first picked this book up, I laughed.
Because I really could not believe that Hilary Duff had written a YA book.
I grew up being a huge fan of Lizzie Mcguire and loving Hilary's CD's through my
So I thought, "What the heck. I'll read it."
I found myself being completely surprised with how good it was.
I was expecting something a little like:
"Well there is like, a tree.
And it's like, purple.
There are like, purple leaves on this like, tree."
The book was nothing like that.
It was actually well written.
But part of me wonders how much of the book Hilary Duff wrote.
But then I feel kinda guilty for actually thinking that,
because Hilary Duff might have written the entire book,
and since she is an actress I'm just assuming she doesn't have a brain,
and decided that writing a YA novel would be "fun".
But you know, Hilary Duff might surprise us all and actually have a brain.
To be honest, there were a couple parts in this book that creeped me out.
Because I get really creeped out by stalkers.
And some parts were pretty darn violent.
I guess little miss Lizzie Mcguire has a dark side to her.
Even though I really liked this book,
and it kept me thoroughly entertained for the 3 days it took me to read it.
I (of course) have a complaint,
I thought it was kinda silly how easily Clea fell for Sage.
I mean, one second she is sure he is going to kill her,
and the next she is making out with him in her car.
If I was sketchy about some dude killing me,
I would not fall in love with him.
But maybe all this ranting is because I didn't really like Sage.
Nope, I really enjoyed Ben.
I wanted Clea to get with Ben so badly!
But then again, it probably will happen in the (I'm assuming) second book.
Because that would be the cliche thing to do.
And well, yes, I am assuming that Hilary Duff will do something
But you never know, she might just knock our socks off with this one.
- Profanity: Moderate
- Sexual Content: Moderate
- Violence: Extreme
- Other Notables: Underage drinking at a Nightclub
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