“Sometimes the only way to learn about yourself is to try to change everything about you.
Eva has always wanted to write a modern classic—one that actually appeals to her generation. The only problem is that she’s starting to realize she can’t “write what she knows” because she hasn’t really lived. So the summer before heading off to college, Eva is determined to live a life worth writing about.
But soon Eva’s story starts to go in unexpected directions, like growing apart from her best friends, working at a job she is completely unqualified for, and even falling for the last person she would have ever imagined. Like anyone, though, it will be up to Eva to figure out how she wants this particular chapter in her story to end.”
My biggest problems with this book is Eva, our main character. she is awful. Awful, awful, awful! She is so full of herself, it’s like she’s the queen of the world and everybody else is not important. She’s also very, very judgemental. She thinks pretty much all the people around her are stupid and that she smartest people…… but she is not, she’s just annoying. Even her best friend can’t take it anymore. You know you are a terrible person when even you best friends are sick of your attitude! She is a bad friend too, I don’t understand why they kept her around for so long.
The story itself is ok. nothing really happens, we just follow this terrible girl around during the summer. She don’t do much. The romance was bad. She dates 3 boys during the summer. A bad boy full of clichés, a way too perfect good little boy and the EX of one of her friends, i got bored very fast by all of them. The ending was a bit weird to be honest. it just felt like the story stop without any conclusion. It was the end before anything good could happen.
Overall, this is a book i will fast forget. nothing extraordinary…
Don’t Ever Change : 2.5/5