The Field Guide to the North American Teenager – Review

I can’t remember the last time I laughed out loud so much while reading a book!

loved Norris’ brand of sarcastic humor, and he’s not afraid to direct it at himself either. He’s so snarky and I just loved his entire demeanor (granted, I’m a very sarcastic person, so Norris felt like my long-lost brother).  In general, he’s a pretty unlikable person, but he’s real… which made him likable and relatable (to me anyway). Even his situation with his parents was relatable. I definitely felt that.

What I liked about the romance element of the book is how authentic it was, angst and all. Oh, and I don’t want to spoil much, but the twist that was pulled… definitely saw it coming, and I was rooting for it too! I also have to say that I love the way the book ended, leaving an open door with major possibility.

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

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