WHAT MY MOTHER DOESN’T KNOW
Sophie's mother doesn't know about the boy who's pressing Sophie to go further than she wants. Or about the boy she chats with online. These sharp, funny, and tragic poems tell of Sophie's sometimes painful but always passionate journey of self-discovery (Goodreads).
This book is probably a bit below the level that I’d usually read, but I think it was worth it! Quick, light hearted, and at times, laugh out loud funny.
I didn’t actually know what to expect when I started this novel. I tend to enjoy books written in verse, and this was no exception. There wasn’t anything deep or philosophical about it, but it was still a nice way to pass the time.
There’s no beach scene or any hint of summer, however, to me it felt like a nice beach read. Something nice and fluffy for a carefree summer day.
The characters were lifelike, and some even reminded me of my own friends!
If you’re looking for a quick read that will leave you with warm feelings, this is the perfect match for you!