“This book is funny and witty. Although I cannot entirely say that it's different (since it has a typical formula of a high school story wherein the main character got into a trouble and resolves it in the end...blah, blah, blah), but the story is very interesting and unusual.
I like Evie's character very much because of her strength and well, being different in a good way. And the author did a good job in giving her a very intelligent voice. But the only objection, perhaps, is that the author made Evie seemed like a very amazing person which can be nauseating at times.
I also like the characters in this book (like Martha, Jacinda...etcetra). There are dimension to each of them and they are not stereotyped.
You can also learn different perspectives about things, most especially about education and democracy. I also like the dialogues.
This book clearly is well-thought, well-written, well-done. And once I read it, I can't put it down.”
Abelink wrote this review Tuesday, October 23, 2012.