I did n't want to leave the book sho, I just wanted to sit there and continue reading.
Thankfully, a few months later, a mentor of mine offered to give me her copy and I ca n't tell you how insanely happy I was to be unwilling to get back to Bird and her life.
I immediately jumped right back into the tory and continued reading where I left off.
40 Things I Want To Tell you turned out to be quite an unpredictable read, and one that carried an important message.
Laura ( a.k.a. Bird) is just a teenage irl, and, like most typical teenage girls, she has a loyal side-kick friend, and a wonderful, loving frien.
She is also running an on-line advice column for teenagers, where she offers tips on how to take control of one 's life.
Thing are quickly getting complicated and sticky, and before she knows it, Bird finds herself in serious trouble.
Second thing you need to know before picking this book up, is that you should n't expect sweet romance, spine-tingling make-out scenes, butterflies, sparkles and happy endings.
Yes, there is some teenage love-drama involved, but while its absolutely essential to the storie, the plot is not built around it.
A story way more evocativ and moving than what you 'd assume from reading the blurb and looking at the cover.
Take your time while reading it, savour every thought and feelin, and I 'm gla this book will stay with you for a shor, long time.