Author: Veronique Grisseaux
Genre: Graphic Novel
Pub Date: February 19, 2019
Taken from NetGalley
At fourteen, Amy Von Brandt doesn’t feel particularly close to anyone. Since her father died, her mother has become some sort of a zombie, except all of a sudden, she’s back to life (and even wearing edgy underwear!). Could there be a connection with Dennis Belcher, the school principal? (OMG!) As for her best friend, Kat, love has rendered her brain uncharacteristically mushy. No way that’s happening to her, either! But it seems no one is truly safe from love at first sight… And in the middle of all this chaos, there’s only one thing Emily really wants: to find her place in the universe.
I enjoyed taking a glimpse inside Amy’s Diary in this fun graphic novel. Amy is a fourteen year old girl with a few teenage problems. Balancing time with your best friend and a new boyfriend is tricky at any age and this book highlighted life as a young teen real well. Amy is dealing with homework, best friend issues, stuff with mom and the new guy in her life.
This story reminded me of all the drama that goes along with being a teenager and how complicated life can feel. I liked the graphics and journal entry pages throughout the book. This is a great story for a young teen.
Thank you to Papercuts and NetGalley for the chance to review this fun story, in exchange for my honest review. My opinions are my own.
Lately I’ve been really enjoying these graphic novels. Do you have a reader in your home that enjoys them?
Happy Reading Friends!❤️
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