Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
Before I Fall is a great read for all teenage girls and their parents. Oliver tackles those hard years and creates a medium to talk about choices by Samantha Kingston re-living one day over and over. It demonstrates that one day CAN make a difference.
As a reader, I still cannot decide how much I like the story, which direction it took, or the way it ended. As a parent, I do intend to keep my copy and encourage my daughter to read and discuss it when she becomes a teen. I guess I consider it a necessary evil.
What other books have you found to be important to read, but still leave you with mixed emotions as a reader?