Written by: Lorie Ann Grover
Published by: Blink
I enjoy reading fiction of all kinds, and that’s why I chose to read this book even though it is a young adult book.
Hit tells the story of a teenager who is hit while crossing a crosswalk. The man who hit her is a teacher of hers who she had had a crush on. The story is told from each of their perspectives.
Who the book is for:
Written for teens, maybe this book would be more enjoyable to them than it was to me.
What I liked:
The characters are interesting enough.
The fact that the book is written in first perspective is an interesting change.
What I didn’t like:
There’s not a whole lot to the story. Basically, the girl is in the hospital the whole time and the story takes place over the course of three days.
There’s not much of a message to this book.
Overall, I’m not really a fan of this book. It is okay, but could definitely have gone deeper.
I give Hit 3 out of 5 stars.
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