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Review: Confessions of an Angry Girl by Louise Rozett

Confessions of an angry girl by Louise Rozett



Rose Zarelli, self-proclaimed word geek and angry girl, has some CONFESSIONS to make... #1: I'm livid all the time. Why? My dad died. My mom barely talks. My brother abandoned us. I think I'm allowed to be irate, don't you?

#2: I make people furious regularly. Want an example? I kissed Jamie Forta, a badass guy who "might" be dating a cheerleader. She is now enraged and out for blood. Mine.

#3: High school might as well be Mars. My best friend has been replaced by an alien, and I see red all the time. (Mars is red and "seeing red" means being angry-get it?)

Here are some other vocab words that describe my life: Inadequate. Insufferable. Intolerable.

(Don't know what they mean? Look them up yourself.) (Sorry. That was rude.)


***

I finished this book 3 days ago and quite honestly say that it is very forgettable. I don't really get the title because I didn't think she was actually all that angry and I really didn't connect with the main character in any way at all.

The storyline revolves around the mean girls in high school who kick off and generally be bitchy and nasty to everyone around them. The main character Rose is really shallow and thinks the entire world revolves around her trival day to day dramas. I do get that she has been through a lot but I also found that I really didn't care and the more I had to listen to her the more angry I got!

All in all a disappointing read about a self centred and pointless character who I hated and a series that I certainly am not interested in continuing to follow.

Comments

Bookworm1858 said…
Very disappointed to see your review as I was looking forward to reading this-I will moderate my expectations before picking it up.
Don't let me put you off. The reviews on goodreads generally disagree with me. It could be that I was just being grumpy when I read it!
xxGEORGIExx said…
Do you mean that it was very forgettable? Sorry, I'm being picky :)
There seem to be far too many books like this out there at the moment, involving a self-centred protagonist!
Great review.