September 11, 2019

#BookReview: Fugly by Claire Waller

Synopsis: A wrenchingly honest, thought-provoking exploration of a girl judged and dismissed by society who must break the cycle of shaming that traps her in her real life and comforts her in her online one.

In real life, eighteen-year-old Beth is overweight, shy, and geeky. 

She's been bullied all her life, and her only refuge is food. 

Online, though, she's a vicious troll who targets the beautiful, vain, oversharing It Girls of the internet. When she meets Tori, a fellow troll, she becomes her online girlfriend-slash-partner-in-crime.

But then Tori picks a target who's a little too close to home for Beth. Unsettled, Beth decides to quit their online bullying partnership. 

The only problem is, Tori is not willing to let her go.

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About the Author: Claire Waller is a secondary school English teacher who currently teaches teenagers with mental health issues. She is the author of two adult horror novels, Predator X and Nine EyesFugly is her first YA novel. She lives in Portsmouth, England, with her family.

Rating: 🌟🌟
My Review: This is one that I thought I was going to enjoy but ended up not.  This book ended up bashing a lot of people and that just didn't sit to well with me.  I should have just put it down but I was hoping that Beth was going to get a clue.  But sadly that is just not what happened. It gives the reader a look at the other side. But in the end bullying is still bullying no matter what side of the computer you are on.  

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