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For popular high school senior Samantha Kingston February 12—Cupid Day—should be one big party a day of valentines and roses and the privileges that come with being at the top of the social pyramid And it is until she dies in a terrible accident that nightHowever she still wakes up the next morning In fact Sam lives the last day of her life seven times until she realizes that by making even the slightest changes she may hold power than she ever imagined Before I Fall is now a major motion picture Zoey Deutch Halston Sage and Kian Lawley Named to numerous state reading lists the novel was also recognized as a Best Book of the Year by com Barnes Noble The Daily Beast NPR and Publishers Weekly


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    I have to confess something before I write this review This book is about a teenager Sam who is a Mean Girl who trips into Groundhog Day world and is set on a path to redemption My confession is that I used to be a girl almost exactly like SamShallow egotistical and worst of all mean Really really mean I've commented before on the fact that I was a terrible teenager My parents did not so much try to raise me through these years More like they tried to survive me as you would a hurricane In this book Sam comes to the final realization that she is a bitch I know I related to this book perhaps than some other readers would because I had to come to my own realization about that It is a strange and aggravatingly unsettling experience to wake up and realize the world neither revolves around you nor should it because you are a horrible person Yet that's nothing compared to living your teenage years on the receiving end of bullshit people like me dished out to other peopleI can imagine growing up with that kind of experience would make you quite unsympathetic to Sam But Sam is on a path and a journey Oliver doesn't withhold on characterization Every petty mean shallow act and thought is shamelessly paraded here I loved the cast and the complicated relationships they all had I loved Sam and Kent's relationship as well as Sam and Lindsey's relationship Most of the people in this book felt like people I'd known or met in real lifeThe writing worked well for this novel Never too flowery or explanatory but rather serving the purpose of translating complicated thoughts and feeling to the reader without being burdensome or boring Every time I felt Sam was a little tooOliver managed to turn it around and make herI think it took a lot of courage to write Sam's characterization as she did A lot of YA fiction depicts the Perfect Female ala Bella Swan Where character flaws amount to being clumsy and everyone they ever meet thinks they're amazing and mature and wise beyond their years Note Zoe Redbird no you are notMy only complaint about the book is in the spoiler down below Basically I loved it I connected to it I felt like the themes were handled in a believable realistic wayI guess this book made me melancholy I think about Juliet Sykes and remember that I once had my own Juliet Sykes I wish I could go back in time and change that I wish I could somehow make amends to her Hell I wish I could even remember her real name and not just all the disgusting nicknames we gave her I wish I'd been the kind of teenager I could be proud of Yet this book made me glad that I did change that I have tomorrow to keep trying and learning and growing It makes me happy to think that even I deserved a chance at redemption and to choose a different way to live my life Most of all this book makes me really bloody happy that I'm an adult now and that I never ever have to go back Ever view spoilerPerhaps the only real critique I could give of the book is thisDo you remember that scene from Shakespeare in Love when Ben Affleck's Ned Alleyn is talking to Shakespeare about the ending of Romeo and Juliet and he says But there's a scene missing between marriage and deathAnd in case you skipped school for the Obvious lesson in your Obvious class he's talking about boning It's this but it's not this If you know what I meanNow I'm not actually saying that I wanted Sam and Kent to bone but I felt there needed to be to the final part of the book than just a few vague kisses and a goodbye I mean poor Kent right? he wakes up one day and out of the blue the girl he's in love with decides to give him a break and actually kiss him Then she tells him that he's the best thing that ever happened to her Then she dies At least give the poor guy a happy ending of sorts hide spoiler