Teen Book Club

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Bitter End (4 reviews) by Jennifer Brown

Julia,  13
Jennifer Brown
Bitter End
Little, Brown and company 2011

Bitter End is a heart changing book about a girl who gets involved in a domestic violent relationship. This book is amazing, but if you're looking for a cheerful book don't read this one. I could read this book a million times over.

Rating: 4 Better than most
Colton, 17
Jennifer Brown 
Bitter End

Bitter End was a very compelling story that kept me entertained throughout, it is a very honest, down to earth  book, that grasps the idea behind the stuggles of abuse. In a teenagers life. I was very impressed with the books ability to show both sides with only one main character. I love how there are not any fairy tale happiness. There is no real hero. It makes the book that much more realistic and readable. I would definently recommend this book.  Bitter End is one of the best books i've read this year that is about day to day struggles the author doesn't sugar coat it to make it seem not so bad, she does very well describing the hardship and reality of it  

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book. 
Austin, 15
Jennifer Brown
Bitter End

This book was about a girl who gets introduced to the new boy at school and they have a study lab together and they they start dating but only when they start dating Cole seems all nice but he has rampages and he abuses his girlfriend to the point it gets really bad. When you first start reading you think it is going to be some strange love story but it turns out to be an abuse story.

 it is a good book

Rating: 4  Better than most.

Miriam, 16
Jennifer Brown
Bitter End

In my opinion I enjoyed reading the book "Bitter End" it was a different sort of book that I wouldn't have read if someone didn't point it out. I enjoyed reading it, and I would read other books like it. I would recommend this book to others.

Rating: 3  Readable.

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