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This is the sequel to Tiny Broken Things. This takes place immediately after the first book. After Gigi's accident the whole school is sent reeling. The school is cracking down on bullying, Beth must try to clear her name, and Gigi doesn't want to be anyone's victim ever again. This is their final year at the conservatory and the competition is fierce to try to land a job with the American Ballet Theatre.
I am over the moon with this book.
I really liked the first book. I loved seeing how far these girls will go to sabotage one another and the lengths they push themselves in order to be the best.
This book really showed the ramification of bullying and eating disorders. That being said it doesn't stop these characters from continuing to bully one another. It provided the catalyst for so much of the character growth. Bette and June feel so guilty about what they have done and are struggling to be better.
I really liked this book. I liked seeing how certain characters continued to grow. It did feel a bit over dramatic at times but I think it suited this book.
I gave this book a B.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.