“He only invited me because of you and Chase.’
‘Right,’ she said, following me inside. ‘He’s never shown the slightest interest in you before. I mean, he’s never stared at you like you’re the only person in the room when we’re all together. Or sulked around for days because you turned him down for a dance. Or touched the sleeve of your sweater when he thinks no one’s looking-‘
‘He’s never done any of that,’ I said. Then, less confidently, ‘Has he?”
I was really excited to start reading this book. I loved the idea of a book from the point of view of a paparazzi/Celebrity photographer. I wanted to know about Jamie, about those shots and about the decision. However, the overall book was horrendous, for various reasons.
Wow, I hated Maya. Dear lord that kid was annoying. And the whole book wasn’t that good either. Sure, I expected some of that let’s save the world, but instead most of the book was about it and it came over really pedantic. I just got annoyed at her and how she was pushing her stuff to people (especially her mom), I really hate it when people do that. Sure, you can tell me about your problems and the world’s problems, BUT don’t expect me to fix my habits or expect me to change just because YOU say so. NO. Just NO.