Author: Leila Sales
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release Date: October 5, 2010Received From: Borrowed from Friend
Sixteen-year-old Violet is doing her best to juggle the academic, social, and extracurricular stresses of junior year at an elite prep school, in this fresh, funny debut novel.
I had heard super great things about Mostly Good Girls but I had never gotten around to reading it, until now.
Mostly good girls is a riot. It is so much fun and you will not want to stop reading until the very last page. Violet and Katie's relationship is so heartfelt and genuine that you can't help falling in love with both of them.
I have a relationship that is very similar to Violet and Katie's relationship at the beginning so I could totally understand the dynamic and I loved their projects.
Another one of the great things about Mostly Good Girls was Violet's sense of humor, I felt that it was similar to my sense of humor and I loved her little jabs and her commentary on life.
I felt that the evolution of Katie and Violet's relationship was very believable. I won't give anything away but I really liked the way it played out.
Overall you need to read this book. Violet and Katie are your key for bundles of laughs, and you won't regret picking it up!