Saturday, March 12, 2011

Book Review: Willow

Willow is deffinatly a must read book if you are into books about teenage problems. This book was one that I couldn't put down in the middle of a chapter.

Willow, a 17 year old girl, is driving her parents home one rainy night and crashes killing both of them. Willow is now forced to live with her brother and his wife and infant daughter. Willow faces many hardships throughout this book but most are resolved by the swipe of her razor. Her razors are her best friends and lover. But Willow meets a guy who is actually named Guy and gets to know him, a lot more than she had planned. Guy watches out for her all the time and Willow doesn't know how she should feel about it. Throughout the book, she questions the feelings that she starts to finally feel. For months, Willow shut herself out of the world and away from the people and things she used to love. But now, she starts to meet new friends, experience things from her past, and possibly starts to love once again.

I honestly love this book and would recommend it to anybody! It can get really detailed though when she is cutting so if you're not good at handling stuff like that, then take caution. But I would serouisly give this book 5 out of 5 stars! Probably one of the best YA books i've read! (:

1 comment:

  1. I really loved this book when I read it last year. At the time, I found it hilarious that there was a boy named Guy... yeah, and I'd definitely agree that some of the passages are really graphic. Happy Reading :)