J-Dubs Review of Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Contemporary fiction.  Ripped from the headlines.  Drugs, expulsion, new kid, Bullying, cool kids, yearning to fit in, sexual assault, school bombing/shooting, depression, eating disorder, relationships: peer, student/teacher, parent/child, romantic.  

The protagonist was not likable despite the horror that happened to her. I really wanted to like this book and take away some life lessons but the end fell short. Really the whole thing fell short. Trying to cram too many topics into one story versus getting one topic done right.  

I rate this 2.5 out of 5 stars ✨.  

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