Review- Boywatching by: Chloe Bennet

The annual joint school dance (aka the Snog Fest) is looming, and Chloe and her three best friends are determined not to repeat last year’s disaster, which led to Year 9’s top Mean Girl, Maggie, humiliating them online as a pack of sad losers. First they need to figure out just what’s going with the utterly incomprehensible yet strangely attractive St Thomas’s boys – and so the science of BoyWatching is born…

Rated 3.5 stars.

I can identify myself a lot with this book. I understand how hard teenager years can be, and how difficult it is to make a choice that can, and will most likely affect us for the rest of our lives. Teen years are filled with joy, and sadness. Anger and understading. Love and hate. But at the end of the day we all go through it. It would be great if life was like a book, that’s why the end dissapointed me. It was completly expected and a tiny bit cliché, it could have been a greater piece of writing,if it would have had a more realistic ending. I loved Chloe from the very begining, she’s alot like me, I loved her character’s personality. She is a determined young woman who knows what she wants and is willing to get it, even if the whole world is against her, and even if she has the worst luck. However I did find this book inspiring, and enjoyed the plot of the story. I do recommend this book, so go buy it, it’s worth Reading!


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