This book is thrilling and frustrating at the same time. Imagine yourself as a mean girl and you got kicked out of your own group just because of a rumor that isn't at all true. No one would believe you, no one would even listen. Now you become the victim, and seemingly you deserve it because of all the bullying you've done yourself in the past. The book is great at enticing its readers. Regina is pitiful because of everything she's dealing with but is also very frustrating because she just doesn't do anything. She plots revenge on Kara and yet none of it even helps in stopping the group from making her life miserable.
Some Girls Are excites me. It makes me wonder what happens next to Regina. Yes, also I was hoping that something abusive might happen to her as well. And thank you, Courtney Summers, there were a lot. This book has let me experience an environment much different than in my country. Where rules of discipline are strictly monitored and students are just as concerned of their welfare as their parents, bullying is very scarce. But maybe that's only because I studied at a private school.
Summers has not failed me. Parker Fadley may still be my favorite character among her books, but Regina Afton's story in Some Girls Are is just the best. Another praise to the best YA author I have yet read, Summers' books is as cool and number one in my Recommend list with Some Girls Are on the top. I have read this book last December 8 from 8PM to 3AM. Straight. That's how hypnotizing Summers' books are.
4 g-tec pens. You should read this. =)