Paige Sheridan had it all: looks, popularity, and an adoring boyfriend. But when a night of partying ended in an it-could-have-been-so-much-worse crash, everything changed. Now Paige’s best friends treat her like an outsider, and even her once-adoring boyfriend seems cold and distant.
The only bright spot is her creative writing class, led by a charismatic new teacher, Mr. Tremont. But when Paige’s old mistakes threaten to destroy even this, she must choose between living the privileged life of a princess or owning up to her mistakes and giving up everything she once held dear.
Page is not good and pure. But I see her as a surviver. Lacey had a hard time... Right. She needed a friend. Right. But what if Page also had a hard time? What if she also needed a friend? Her mother abused her (at least mentaly) and her boyfriend and other ex-best friend were manipulating her. What if she was lost and confused and her former life fell apart? I was worryed about her. I wanted her to go the right way. I understood her. I even admired her some times. I am glad she found some reall friends. But she has a long way to go... The ending was wonderfuly realistic. It was not a banal love story. Please, if you are a teen or student or care giver, listen to this book. The narrator is just ausumn.
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