I’ve had this book sitting in my to read pile for some time, so having a day off gave me the ideal opportunity to sit down and get through this book in one afternoon.
Carrie has made her name as actress, singer and vlogger over the last few years and now she’s added author to her c.v. All I know now is an autobiographical guide to those out there that might be in need of some advise. Carrie is known for tackling some tough issues on her vlogs and again in her writing she’s not afraid of talking about things like bullying and sex, using her own experiences as an example to let the reader know they aren’t alone.
As a slightly older reader I felt the book was probably more appropriate to a younger reader, early – late teens, for those who are looking to know they aren’t alone in the thoughts and feeling and questions that come with growing up and finding your place in the world.
This book is like having the comforting voice of an older sister showing you the way, you’ll laugh, maybe you’ll cry but you’ll come out at the end knowing you aren’t alone and that there are others who understand and have been in the tricky position of surviving the teenage years and come out the other side!
I’m looking forward to reading more of Carrie’s work!