By: Louise RozettPublished By: Harlequin TeenPublish Date: Aug. 28th 2012Pages: 272 softcover
Series: Confessions #1Tags: Young Adult, Realistic Fiction, Contemporary
Concoction of a Review
Confessions of an Angry Girl is a book that I highly recommend to those of you who will be entering HS soon as Freshman, & tho those of you who are even past their Senior year (like me). There is a whole slew of issues hit in this book along with virginity, teen vendettas, birth control, first kisses, and death. Oh, and there is just so much more to this book then I can layout in a small review!
Louise Rozett's writing is able to capture the reader from early on in the book. She had me at the pencil sharping incident! She has the ability to make you feel about a character in many different ways. It is a quick YA book, nonetheless, I felt like I was on an emotional ride. In a good way!
The Mad Scientist should also mention the use of vocabulary words throughout the book. Who doesn't like a bit of vocab fun from time to time? Rosie and her father loved words and the author uses them as chapter headings. I think this is a brilliant move!
A cliffhanger! Now after I say all those good things about Louise Rozett she slaps a cliffhanger at the end. The Mad Scientist is still unsure if it is a good thing or not. But let me just say this. I will be picking up the second book! In a heartbeat! Watch for Confessions of an Almost Girlfriend.
** Thanks to NetGalley for the ability to read & review this book which so ever did not influence or bend my thoughts in any manner. All Mad thoughts are presented in the right mind of a twisted brain of the Mad Scientist!**