Who I Kissed
By: Janet Gurtler
Book Review by Sara Burgess
Everyone thinks it's Sam's fault for his death because he has an asthma attack and a peanut allergy. Before she kissed him, she had eaten a peanut butter sandwich and didn't know he was allergic to peanuts. In one night she practically had the whole nation blaming her for the sudden death of Alex. He was a baseball player who enjoyed collecting Hot Wheels. Since everything in her life is going down hill; missing her mom, having the crush on Zee, and trying to bring her grades up, she is unable to forgive herself.
Sam isn't the only one who lives a stressful life and struggles trying to forgive herself after hard situations. I recommend this book to teenagers because it relates to many of them now in days. Teens go through very hard times during high school wither it's family, friends, or school. This book is a drama and can be interesting to people that enjoy shocking dramas with in the book. This book includes very good detailing with characters and hooks the reader instantly.
Sam's unrevealed secret.
Sam wanted to make the guy she liked jealous by kissing his best friend, but she didn't realize what she ate before kissing him could end his life.
Who i kissed.
Sam didn't know that kissing someone could ruin her life forever. If swimming can't help her forgive herself, then can others?
Can swimming help her forgive herself?
Swimming has always been Sam's way of relaxing and having her mind ease from the world. She has stopped swimming because of what she has done and refuses to go back to the sport. Sam thinks that if she swims again then she can forgive herself, but can it really?