Week 21 – Shelf Pleasure’s 2016 Reading Challenge
We adored Julie Buxbaum’s funny and heartbreaking chick lit debut The Opposite of Love (it’s a must-read for every book club). So we had to pick up her brand new YA debut, Tell Me Three Things. Jessie moves to Los Angeles from Chicago after her mom dies and her dad elopes with a rich stranger he met on the internet. Totally alone and grieving, Somebody/Nobody emails Jessie offering to help her navigate her new high school complete with a list of who to befriend and who to avoid. It’s charming, captivating and impossible to put down.
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