This book has a good concept and a good underlying moral. Katie is strong and she has had a pretty rough year, and she's only 17.
She has the normal 17 year old worries like getting a scholarship for college, graduating high school and boys.
But she also had a load of shit going on at home along with 10 million other things.
I loved what the book stood for, but again I wasn't wrapped up in the story.it kids made me feel really sad and depressed and i just wanted to finish it and forget about it.
There was nothing happy about this book and although I liked the whole concept there should have been some good times. Some hop that things will get better but there wasn't. It started sad and ended pretty sad and I can't deal with that.
I can't remain content and satisfied with that. Everyone deserves to be happy.