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3 Sides to a Circle
by Jolene Perry & Janna Watts
Release Date: 02/25/13
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Love is the ultimate rush.
Freshman year of college isn't easy. But with a friend like Libby Patterson, it is unforgettable.
Libby is honest and fearless and adorable. She's the girl on campus that everyone knows. The life of every party. Infectious and addictive, Libby captivates all those around her. Particularly her roommate Honor and their boy bestie Toby.
But three isn't always a magic number. And there's more to this trio than what everyone sees.
When Honor finds herself falling for an artist, and Libby doesn’t approve, and Toby finds himself watching Libby more than he should...the sides of their circle become strained.
The three are suddenly stretched between friendship, love and taking sides. They must fight to hold on to each other. But the tighter the hold, the harder it gets. Especially when Libby's unpredictability turns dangerous. Now it's up to Honor and Toby to save her from the downward spiral that could break their circle for good.
This is my first book by Jolene Perry, and I know I should have read some of her books sooner, but since I liked this one, I think I will be getting to her other books pretty soon. Also, I have never heard of Jenna Watts so it was nice to read a book they have written together.
This is a story about 3 students who met their first year on college, Honor, Libby and Toby. Soon they become great friends and even though they are all very different they stick together. But after a while Honor meets Sawyer, the painter guy, Libby starts acting more crazy than usual and Toby finds himself with feelings for Libby. Is their friendship strong enough to overcome all of the obstacles? I guess you'll have to read the book to find out.
3 Sides to a Circle is written in two POVs. We have Honor and Toby, and while I really enjoyed reading from both Honor and Toby's perspective, I did miss Libby. Libby was this crazy and funny girl who had such a crazy ideas and mood changes and while I figured her out pretty quickly, I missed seing things from her perspective. Having to figure her out from Honor and Toby's POV probably changed my opinin about her a little and I ended up not liking her as much as I would have wanted.
Toby was a nerdy guy, quite shy but I liked him. I was really sad for what happened to him, because he didn't deserve any of it.
The character I liked the most is Honor. She was a model, very beautiful, but she was also very shy and unaware or her beauty. I was happy when she met Sawyer and I think they were great together. Sawyer was nice and actualy the most relatable character in this book.
The main part of this book is their friendship. I must admit, I did not always get the connection they had, but I think that's actually the point, not to get it completely. With Libby and her craziness it was hard to have a normal relationship but she did work hard for their friendship and she was the one who brought them all together.
Overall, I enjoyed 3 Sides to a Circle and if you're looking for a YA/NA book, this would be a great book for you to read. As I already said earlier in review, I look forward to reading some other of Jolene Perry's books.
Jolene wears juvenile T-shirts, worn-out Chucks, and eats too much chocolate. She makes up words, drinks Shirley Temples, and suffocates a little without her iPod.
Janna wears juvenile pajama pants, worn-out Chucks, and wakes up ridiculously early. Pen name abuser. Rule Breaker. Trouble maker. Corrupter of youth. In books.
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