IN A NUTSHELL
Sometimes you have to let go of things to become the person you were meant to be.
Is that cliche enough for you? I kinda thought so. I feel it pretty much sums up the story. Don't take away what I'm saying as the story wasn't any good because I enjoyed it. I think that with the plot to the story being as it is--- Dave and Julia finding their never list (or cliches of high school) and wanting to mark each one off in their senior year it hit point blank. Although, I'm ten years past high school. -sigh- I can remember it having much of the same cliches. What I'm saying is this is how the story is suppose to be.
It takes place throughout Dave and Julia's Senior year
I loved the characters. Each and every one of them had their own identifiable personalities. There were times when I really felt like shaking David and telling him to just snap the hell out of it, but that wouldn't be him.
I'm on the fence on how I feel about the ending. I wanted these characters to end up with who I wanted, but in the end it's about what could make the characters happy. :(
My Book Review Video
Here's a few extras from the ARC that was on "tour"
You will notice if you hover over these two pictures I wrote a little something. :)