Want to Go Private?
By: Sarah Darer Littman
Book report by Anaya Walters
When meeting someone online you must be cautious. The would is full of people who are not who they say they are. But their are also the other half who are who they say they are. Honestly, I have a lot of friends that are not from where I am. I've met them off of my Instagram account and am lucky to have met them. I have not met someone I have talked to online yet, it would be nice though. I know how Abby feels about Luke because it is easy to catch feelings for someone who makes you feel good about yourself. I in fact enjoyed this book a lot. My favorite part is when Abby is finally noticed by a guy and begins to feel good about herself. It makes me happy to see self conscious people actually feel like they are something. My least favorite part is when Faith breaks her and Abby's pinky promise. One thing I hate more than anything is a broken promise and I can become cold hearted once one is broken. If I could change one thing about the book it would be that Abby is more respected by Nick since she was the one who let him copy her homework.
I would recommend this to all you people who love suspense or high school drama. I would love to see more people read this book I think she did an outstanding job on this.
Abby and Faith begin to drift apart during high school.
Wanting to really see this person, see what they are like and what they are about.
Without a warning...