Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Book Review: Sex and Violence

Book Review: Sex and Violence
Author: Carrie Mesrobian
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Teen Reviewer: Emily St. Louis.

Synopsis: Evan is a guy that gets with a lot of girls, and that's what makes him Evan. After trying to get with one girl at the wrong time, he is brutally beaten in his high school bathroom and left to suffer. His attackers left him with broken bones, lots of blood, and a ruptured spleen. His father, who is always moving around, decides it would be best to pack up and settle down in his old hometown to get Evan away from it all. Evan, who is left unable to even shower, has a hard time with the move, once again being the new kid in a town where everybody knows everyone. Even if the town is friendly, Evan has never been so alone

Book review:
I really loved the book! It was so good, and Carrie really did a great job with all the detail. The book does go into detail with sexual themes, and as a young adult/teen reader, it gave the book some realism that some teen books are lacking. It was a personal favorite of mine,  and I think that it left a lasting impression on me. 

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