Tag Gaden Tilbage

20. February 2019 Off By lana88

 

 

 

 

Title: Tag Gaden Tilbage

Author: Sanne Munk Jensen & Sarah Engell

Udgivelsesår: 2019

Sideantal: 268

Forlag: Gyldendal

ISBN: 978-8702262957

Finished Reading: Februar 2019

Genre: YA & Realism

Stars: 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.

 


 

Endelig er Polly blevet en del af den populære klike. Men efter en særligt vild bytur er intet længere som før, og snart dukker billeder af Polly og en fyr fra festen op på nettet …
”Jeg var egentlig allerede stået af i Hjørring og på vej hen mod Caros hus, da min telefon bippede i lommen.
Change of plans. Vi er taget hjem til TGs storebror i Aalborg. See ya inPlaza ??
Beskeden var fra Caro. Hun havde vedhæftet adressen og en selfie af sig selv, Asta-My og Sofie TG foran et stort vindue, hvis udsigt godt kunne ligne Aalborg set fra en etageejendom.
Men hvad vidste jeg? Jeg havde kun været i Aalborg én gang siden Blå Mandag, og kun for at gå i butikker med Kat og kigge på tøj, vi alligevel ikke havde råd til.”

 


 

The book is only available in Danish!

 

The authors of this book are two favorites of mine. They have each written some amazing heartfelt stories and this was no exception!

Polly, our main character is so real. She was a blast to follow and my only wish would be have even more pages to read! She was such a strong lead character and it was fantastic finally following a will minded young girl. The other characters were decent but compared to Polly they barely exist. I like how much character development we had. Polly really grew throughout the entirety of the book becoming more mature toward the end. I really did feel sympathy toward her and I wish the best for her in the future!

Plot wise it was super cool and it had a message. Very rare I notice that but the message was clear! I think this read is relevant to anyone but especially high school kids. The book is about bullying and the effect it may have! Interesting! This is probably the best Realistic YA I’ve read. it’s so fucking perfect! Read it! I’m recommending this, hard!

What a page turner!