I checked out Tell Me Three Things from the library originally but I ended up having to buy the book since I forgot to turn airplane mode on during the last few days I had the book and I of course had to finish it!
Tell Me Three Things is a typical YA high school type of book, but I liked it because the characters were so relatable. I knew SN wouldn’t be who everybody thought he would be because in Pretty Little Liars A was supposed to be who everybody didn’t expect. (Sorry, got off topic there a little bit.)
I just really liked this book because it was the first book in about a month almost to make me want to continue reading it as much as I could. I was like that with Ally Carter’s book until the book slump came back in United We Spy so I hoped this book would be different for me.
It was one of those books that seemed like it was just what the doctor ordered when you need something to plant a little seed of hope in your life in a time of darkness, both literally and figuratively. I was glad I found this book at Books A Million originally, but then I decided to check to see if Overdrive had it for my Kindle and was very pleased that they did, because library books are also awesome. And now I’m just rambling.
But this book is pretty good if you are just looking for something light and want to take you away from your troubles for awhile.