Year pub: 2010
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Happy endings are good for my heart. ^^
The Julian Game starts off as just a little thing made by Raye's friend Natalya and her creating a fake profile named Elizabeth. But when Raye lends a hand to Ella, the school's most "popular" girl in getting revenge by using that fake profile, things get a little crazy. What starts off as just a little thing, soon turns into something so much more.
Raye at first I thought she was just a "meh" character, a little lack-luster on the luster bit. But when things started happening, she changed--a lot. There was just so much shit thrown at her from everywhere! And, in the end, I stand and applaud for her. You know how some experiences make you stronger, this is one of them for Raye.
*raises hand in BookConfessionAnon* "Hi, I'm Delaney and I admit, I do feel deceived from my initial thoughts about this book." The title says "game"! Sure there was a "game" but there were a whole lot other things surrounding this so called "game"--this book is only 200 pages but so many things were packed in the amount of paper produced it amazes me so!
This book, was surprising right from the start. I'm going to tell you that, and you aren't going to believe me. Just watch, and I'll be the one saying "I told you so!" : )