Anything Goes On A Friday Night
Anything Goes On A Friday Night is story of seventeen-year-old Elena. Elena has a nice and happy family, until one day her father decides to leave her mother. From that moment on, things start to fall apart, and in a matter of few weeks her life turns upside-down. Suddenly, she moves with her father and his new wife, she starts new school and she is forced to find new friends. That is how she meets Finn Kerr. So little by little her life becomes better.
Anything Goes On A Friday Night is a story full of drama. Somewhere in the middle of the story I was wondering if Elena would survive all that was happening to her. The storyline is, in some parts, a bit illogical, but all in all, I enjoy it. It’s a fast-paced coming-of-age story that follows a year and a half of Elena’s life. What I particularly like in the story is that author does present a real life of teenagers, filled with parties, drinking and smoking. Also I find Elena great character; because after all she went through she has found a courage move on.
Anything Goes On A Friday Night is very interesting YA novel that I recommend to readers who are looking for a good story high in drama.
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|Page Count||264 pages|
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