Contemporary, Review, Short Story, Young Adult

Spot the Difference | Juno Dawson

Publisher: Hot Key Books
Published: 25/02/2016
Genre: Young Adult. Contemporary. Short story.
Format: eBook
Pages: 128
Rating: ★★★☆☆

Synopsis (Goodreads)
Avery has always suffered at the hands of bullies, so when she’s given a seemingly-miraculous opportunity to join the ‘A-list’ she grabs at it with both hands. But appearances can be deceiving, and soon Avery’s not so sure she likes this new version of herself. And it’s only by overcoming her fears that she can learn the true meaning of being comfortable in your own skin.

Okay, wow. I didn’t really know what I was expecting when I bought this on Kindle for £1, but it definitely was not that.

I was able to read this in one sitting, with it being so short. But that doesn’t mean that it didn’t hit home. Having been bullied before, I know what it’s like to just want to fit in. Spot the Difference portrayed this in an astounding way.

Overall, this was such a fun, quick read and I am not disappointed in what I read.


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