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Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty
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Oct 06, 2007

bookshelves: advisory2007-08
Read in September, 2007

The writing of this book is so realistic. Jessica Darling, a teenager in high school, was struggling through teenage angst. She seems to be hating everything after her best friend, Hope, moved to Tennesse because her brother died from a drug overdose. Although her depression didn't take away much of her title as a braniac and a goody-goody, she gets caught into many problems with her family and her peers at school. We can all relate to the characters and the situations one way or another. I love this book. It's written as a journal and in this journal she reveals all those dirty little secrets. Everything you're going through (love, cheating, friends, lack of communication with family, social groups in school, staying at the top of classes, not getting what you want, drama and more drama, can't stand sluts, motormouths with tons of gossips and all the rest) is everything Jessica is struggling with.

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