Title: Project Revolution
Author: Sara Schoen
Published Date: March 21st 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Madison Bell has had enough…
All her life, she’s been called a kiss-ass and teacher’s pet, all for the crime of being a good student. Her only goal is to make it through high school unnoticed, but Linkin Phillips kills that plan. He teases Madison relentlessly and is a rude jerk in general…but what’s worse, she has a crush on him. Madison decides to shed her goodie-goodie image and remake herself. But she didn’t anticipate how deep the change would go…
When she makes “cool” new friends, she realizes a fresh reputation is more than the clothes you wear. Her reinvented identity comes with dangers and challenges she hadn’t anticipated.
Her situation isn’t looking much better than before, but is she ready to give up and accept the torment from everyone—including Linkin—that went along with her former image?
She’s torn between her new life and her old one, and her choice will not only affect her present, but could change her future forever.
One thing is certain—Madison will never be the same again.
Will Project Revolution be a success? Or end up destroying her life?
This book is focused on Madison, who is in high school, and counting the hours until she can graduate. She is a “goodie-goodie” and hates being ridiculed by the “popular kids”. She has always had a crush on Linkin and at one time thought that maybe he liked her back, but he is always with Beth (one of the meanest people in high school). Madison enlists the help of her step-sister Lauren (from book 1) and decides to go for a major change! Think Purple hair, new clothes, and a brand new attitude….will this change help Madison to fit in? Make new friends? Learn how to enjoy high school?
This book is a YA/NA but I loved it!! I love the author’s writing style, the characters, the interactions between characters and most of all I love the way that the author shows readers that they can avoid bullying or being bullied by not just letting it happen, but by trying to change it and themselves, but in a good way. The author is respectful of the characters, she spends time developing them and the reader zooms through the pages of the book quickly because they NEED to know what happens next. This is a book that you will want to re-read so that you don’t miss anything.
If you haven’t discovered this author yet, don’t wait any longer! She writes fun, fast, exciting reads and I can’t wait to read another book by her! Sit back, grab this book and your favorite beverage and be prepared to be wowed! Enjoy!!
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