Thursday, September 10, 2009
Summary: "Thou Shalt Not Kiss Thy Best Friend's Boyfriend...again..."
There is no greater sin than kissing your best friend's boyfriend. So when Emma breaks that golden rule,she knows she's messed up big-time. Especially since she lives in the smallest town ever,where everyone knows everything about everybody else...and especially since she maybe kinda wants to do it again. Now her best friend isn't speaking to her,her best guy friend is making things totally weird,and Emma is running full speed toward certain social disaster.This is so not the way senior year was supposed to go.
Time to pay for a Minor miracle.Or maybe just maybe,its time for Emma to stop trying to please everyone around her,and figure out what she wants herself.
My Review: I finally finished reading this book. Honestly,the story was not what i expected it to be,it was completely different from what i had in mind.Seriously. I thought it was gonna be like,there were three friends,Emma kissed her girl friend's boyfriend,then the two of them break of their friendship...then their best guy friend(wow,that a lot 'friends' words!) confessed that he likes Emma then blah,blah,blah....
But it was totally different.
What I thought about this book was that, it was good,yet to me,it kinda went out of storyline just a tiny bit. It tells how,Emma has to make her own choices and its difficult because the right choices would help other people,but it will cause some negativity impact to Emma. Like if she chooses this,she would make things right but at the sometime she will loses or not get somethings that she really wants. It also a story about integrity and dealing with issues in the small town she lives in So,to me,its basically knowing how to,and when to make the right choices before its to late.
One of the things like about this book is that i admire how independent Emma can be,after causing the 'biggest sin' she made towards her friend and ruining the friendship. How she stood for herself,facing the meanest girl in school-Darci-,although,in some parts of the book she can get pretty selfish..
Things i was a bit annoyed about the book was that the town she lives in was pretty nosy,i know how that can be. And also the time when she knew the situation had gone a bit too far,but she didn't want to come clean about it. Oh and her friend Joann,didn't really stick up for her,when the
So if you mixed it all together,I can say that the author of this book,Eileen Cook,wrote it all well,though some parts could have improved. But i enjoyed it. The ending was just okay to me,not really surprising though. It was a fun,light read.
I'll rate it er... 3half/5 :D
So now,I have three more books to go... :)