Thursday, November 27, 2014

Book Review: Me, Him, Them, and It

Title Me, Him, Them, and It

Author Caela Carter

Release Date February 26, 2013

ME is Evelyn Jones, 16, a valedictorian hopeful who's been playing bad girl to piss off THEM, her cold, distant parents. HIM is Todd, Evelyn's secret un-boyfriend, who she thought she was just using for sex - until she accidentally fell in love with him. But before Evelyn gets a chance to tell Todd how she feels, something much more important comes up. IT. IT is a fetus. Evelyn is pregnant - and when Todd turns his back on her, Evelyn has no idea who to turn to. Can a cheating father, a stiff, cold mother, a pissed-off BFF, and a (thankfully!) loving aunt with adopted girls of her own help Evelyn make the heart-wrenching decisions that follow?

Books about heavy issues/real problems are some of my favorite books. I love seeing how different authors write their characters and scenarios in these every day situations that real people face. These books are like real life (only they're not)... and I find people and their reactions absolutely fascinating (even if they're not real people). That being said, Me, Him, Them, and It was only okay.

In the end, I just wasn't as impressed with this book as I had hoped to be.


3 out of 5 stars

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