Monday, March 18, 2013

Miss Me Not by Tiffany King

Summary:(from goodreads) Madison Hanson's past demons have given her a shadow of an existence with little hope. With the sudden tragic death of a fellow student, Madison questions her own life choices, and is now forced to evaluate everything she thought she believed in. When fate intervenes and partners her with Dean Jackson, a popular "all around good guy" from school, Madison gets a glimpse of a life that is filled with sunshine that has the power to break through the darkness she has cloaked herself in.
With Dean's help, Madison discovers a desire to finally step out of the shadows, and embrace life and all its gifts.
Review: I didn't really have to much of an expectation for this book when I started but I actually enjoyed it. I thought the plot was well paced and interesting. As far dealing with the subject of suicide I thought this book was ok. Most of the book was focused on the aftermath and how it affected Madison's life. I thought Madison and Dean were both really great characters. Although, I did get fed up with Madison's attitude after a while. For a large part of the book she was so unwilling to let anyone in. This might sound bad based on the way she acted i found her story to be slightly anti climatic. The way her parents acted was really annoying as well. Her mom especially had no reason to act the way she did. Overall, i thought this book was just ok.

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