Confessions of a High School Disaster

I absolutely loved the book named Confessions of a High School Disaster by Emma Chastain. I could not put it down once I started to read it. Confessions of a High School Disaster is about a girl named Chloe Snow. Chloe is about to enter her first year of high-school. Her mother recently moved to Mexico and she has to navigate the waters of high-school without her mother’s hare-brained guidance.

Chloe is an extremely like-able character. I love this book because of her. I like Chloe. I wanted to know more about her. I wanted her to win. Chloe is endearing, honest, and funny. She deals with a lot of different things in the book. She deals with family drama. She deals with judgemental friends. She deals with boy troubles. She manages all of that with as much spirit as she can muster.

The other thing that I liked about this book is the way it portrays a teenagers’ natural curiosity about sex. Chloe thinks about sex just like ever teenager out there. This book accurately reflects the fascination and even confusion teenagers feel about sex when you grow up.

When I wrote about this book in my TBR I said that I thought this book would be light-hearted and sweet. It is definitely like that. I also said that this book maybe similar to The Princess Diaries book by Meg Cabot. This book is somewhat similar to that. However, the main character is not like the main character in that book.

I like that this book was light-hearted. It is a very fun read. I think this book is perfect for teenagers, or for anyone who wants to laugh one second, or smile stupidly the next second. This book is a great book that I think a lot of people might like. You should definitely give it a shot.

This book is a definite 9/10.

Always with infinite love,
Selena London

6 thoughts on “Confessions of a High School Disaster”

  1. This book is right-up my alley. It sounds fun and interesting. I’m in high-school and it seems like something that I can compare my life to as well. Nice post.

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