Notes to Self review by wallace.madi
Notes to Self
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Chick Lit
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 16
Reviewer's Location - Woodward, Oklahoma, United States
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After a tragic, rather mysterious accident occurs, Robin copes with amnesia and dealing with school without her best friend, Emily, who is in a coma. She rekindles a friendship with her old friend, Reno, and together they try to solve the mystery of the accident. Through the memories she can recall and a series of notes she writes to herself, Robin fights to remember what caused the accident, which she feels is the crucial missing piece to the puzzle.

Opinion: 

This was a very emotional book to read. Robin's pain was tangible, and the suspense of whether EMily would be okay or not built throughtout the entire book. The way Robin's classmates treated her was relatable for anyone who has felt like an outcast in their own school. This was one of the most powerfully felt books I have ever read. 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

The main character, Robin, has been through a traumatic experience involving her friend's peer pressure to do something dangerous for possibly suicidal motives. She goes into detail about her pain and her struggles that younger readers might find disturbing.
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