Monday, April 12, 2010

Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers

Regina is part of the high school elite. You know the type. When you see them in the hallway, you either avert your eyes, hoping they don't see you, or look at them with envy and admiration. Or at least she was.

There's been a freeze-out, and now she's all alone on the outside. Her former "friends" are bent on making her life miserable. They're succeeding.

I'm still not sure how I feel about Regina. On the one hand, nobody deserves the hell she puts up with. On the other, you know that she's been guilty of doing the same exact things to people.

I knew exactly how I felt about her friends, though. They were absolutely horrible! Yet they're portrayed in such a way that sort of makes you feel sorry for them. Only sort of.

Some Girls Are* went by really, really quickly for me. It's one of those books I felt sad about finishing because it was that good. Thankfully, I have Cracked Up to Be* on my TBR pile, and I'm looking forward to delving into more of Summer's writing.

This book was reviewed as part of an Other Shelf Tour.

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