Book Review: Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

Publisher: Simon Pulse
Date Published: August 25th 2015
Pages: 336 pages
Format: Hardcover
Genre: Contemporary
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Bubbles
No one should have to watch what Maggie did and because of what she see saw she becomes mute. She moves in with her aunt, uncle and cousin Brady. Brady’s Best friend West has some of his own problems. No one knows, but him and his mom have been seeing his dad slowly died of cancer. The doctors say there is nothing they can do. One night West tells the only one he think won’t tell anyone. Maggie, but  she answers him. She actually talks back. Is Maggie what West needed all along or is she just a distraction ?
I really enjoyed this book. I couldn’t put it down. It was so entertaining! I did have a couple problems with like the flow of the book was kinda weird. Some parts didn’t seem like connected very well . Also there was some sexual content which is okay, but they seemed like they were just thrown in it at the last minute at random places. The relationship also seemed kinda toxic at some points, but they fixed it the more you read. I would recommend if you you are 16+
Happy Reading,
Bubbles ❤

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