21 September 2012

Review: Confessions of An Angry Girl by Louise Rozett

Confessions of an Angry Girl
by Louise Rozett
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Publication Date: August 28, 2012
Number of Pages: 272
Book Format: Paperback
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm received Confessions of An Angry Girl from DAC ARC Tours for an honest review.

I don't even know what to say about this book right now. So many emotions are running through my head! But I'll start off with what the book is about. Confessions of an Angry Girl is about a girl named Rose who is a freshman in high school and all she has are problems! Her dad is dead, her brother left home, her best friend isn't so much a best friend, A boy at her school has had a crush on her since 6th grade and she can't get away from him and worst of all, she has a crush on a guy who has a girlfriend and that girlfriend happens to be a very mean cheerleader. Sounds pretty intense right? It is!

My heart really went out to this poor girl I mean all that on top of it being her freshman year in high school! She did pretty well handling it though on most occasions. Something Louise Rozett did really well with was there was never a dull moment in the book which you can tell here "My neck feels hot and slick where Jamie kissed me, and my heart is still beating really fast." (118) But the second to last chapter that really wasn't needed I was tempted to skip it but I didn't. Anyways like I said there was always some type of drama, and that's what kept me on the edge of my seat because I always NEEDED to know what happened next. Something that sort of annoyed me a tad bit was when I was nearing the end of a chapter and there would be some suspense but then the next chapter started and it'd be completely about something else and your like wait?! What happened! Sometimes the chapter would say a few things then pick up where the last one left off but some of them didn't and I was left a little confused.

Some of the characters drove me absolutely crazy but in a good way because you were always thinking wow what a meanie! I hope something bad happens to them so then you keep reading praying something does sort of like that kind of drove me crazy! Luckily I was very satisfied with the ending. There were some moments in the book when I got a little chocked up like when Rose would be remembering her dad or during a couple of the alone moments she'd have with Jamie and then there were times when I was like you go girl! like here, "I slam into Regina with every ounce of strength I have, knocking her to the ground. Her Pom-poms go flying into the air, and I hear a gasp from her minions as her skirt flaps up. I'm blind with fury now, and I pin Regina down with my body weight and one arm." (221)

In the end I give the book 5 out of 5 stars because it was fantastic never dull and I'm really wishing I had the second book in my hands right now because I need to know what happens with Rose & Jamie!!

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  1. oh yes I loved confessions of an angry girl! it was a great novel and I loved Rose. She was a great protagonist, and like you said the book was full of drama!

    great review

    - Juhina @ Maji Bookshelf


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