Lord knows I have too many books to read, but what do I do? BUY MORE.
Thanks to BookBub, I can keep adding more to my collection on my Kindle. As much as I love it, it makes me feel worse about my never reading anything. But I do try to limit myself to no more than 3 books a week as I cannot see myself reading all of them.
Anywho, this was one of my amazing BookBub purchases, costing only 99p. Score.
I have tried and failed to explain the concept of this book to a few people so I’ll just let the blurb do the talking, you know, as it should.
When seventeen-year-old Ashley Watson walks through the halls of her high school bullies taunt and shove her. But Ashley also has something no one else does: a literal glimpse into the future. When Ashley looks into the mirror, she can see her twenty-three-year-old self.
Her older self has been through it all already—she endured the bullying, survived the heartbreak, and heard every ugly word her classmates threw at her. But her older self is also keeping a dark secret: Something terrible is about to happen to Ashley. Something that will change her life forever. Something even her older self is powerless to stop.
With the back and forth storytelling working its magic, you go on a journey with Ashley through her past. As she attempts to prove to the Head Psychiatrist that she no longer belongs in the Mental Institution.
At times it was difficult to read as I had been in situations like that, as have most children/teenagers unfortunately.
I won’t go into too much detail as I want whoever finds this book to read it.