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Sara and her friends are being criminally charged for bully their classmates. Sara can't comprehend why she is being held responsible when Emma committed suicide.
Oh this is a tough book critique.
I thought Sara and her group of friends were very realistic to teenagers. Sara was a multifaceted complex character.
She truly believed that she did nothing wrong. She felt that Emma was the one attacking her. Since everything is told through Sara's POV we saw a very one sided view of the bullying . I could understand the hurt and insecurity that Sara felt and why she would want to lash out.
We also saw a kinder side of Sara, who loves her younger brothers and is a caring friend.
This was such a complex book and it left me questioning the consequences .
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.