Lucy, Lucy, Lucy. at first, I hated her. She was weak. She couldn't think clearly. She was so in love with a guy that obviously didn't like her back. She was always scared of herself, and she was presented with an awesome choice, and she blew.
She was annoying.
That was pretty much the whole book. The ending redeemed her, though. She learned so much, and she grew from that. She got over her heartbreak, and she grew up. She became somebody wroth writing a book about, not some weak little girl that wanted to hide in a hole the entire time.
I am proud of Lucy for growing up.
I actually might have preferred this book if it were in first-person narration. it would seem more personal, as if I were really experiencing this heartbreak.