In lieu of this book, I have made my own list entitled Ten Things I Didn't Do (And Probably Should Have):
1.My math homework
2.Any reviews for the month of February
3.Finish my ever growing pile of unfinished books
5.Practice my flute
6.Clean the red crayons out of the bottom of my backpack
7.Finish that last episode of Castle
8.Write my word goal yesterday
This book was a very quick and easy read. It was fun and cute, and yet I felt that out main character April was a bit naive. Maybe I'm just mature for my age, but I felt that she made some pretty rash decisions, that I would never make. Ever. But maybe the no parents thing had something to do with it.
April and her friend Vi together have many problems. Vi seems a bit OCD sometimes, and has a bit of issues that I don't know that I want to spoil, but she's a nice girl. April's boyfriend, Noah is... Interesting. I didn't like him very much, right from the start. Hudson on the other hand...
But I digress. This book is awesome. It was real and down to earth, and everything had a consequence, which I found nice considering not everything I read does that. I absolutely adored it though, and the ending was just perfect. 36 out of 51 tacos! (If I could get a picture of a taco with a bite out of it, I totally would.)