by Mounia Bagha
Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Mounia Bagha
Pub Date: December 2015
Genre: Young Adult
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When life gets tough, just love it a bit harder.
Twenty-four year old Abigail Mitchell is living the dream: she still lives at home with her parents, trying to make money from a job she absolutely loathes and hopelessly falling for Mr. Wrong. Thankfully, she can count on her loving friends and the best brother in the world Ethan to save her from her misery. But when Abby's world falls apart one day of May, she knows she'll have to pull herself together on her own if she ever wants to find happiness.
Heart-warming and sometimes heart-breaking, Abby's story shows how the ripple effects of an identity crisis can damage for the greater good the construction of a strong character.
My Review: Abigail has it all! Lives with her parents, works at a job she can't stand, and fell for the wrong guy. Yep, ain't it great?! Well its a good thing, she has good people around her who care. They will show her a better way and then she can really have it all.
Things start happening, and then her world is just shattered. Now she needs to gather all her strength and fight even harder to put herself together and have a happier life. It won't be easy, it's life after all, it's going to be crazy.
I like Abigail, shes bright and will go after her hopes and dreams. Which is great, we should all go after the things we envision for ourselves and take the time to do it. Abigail has such ambition to save money, move out. But she fell for mister wrong and that when it all fell apart. She just lost all her ambition and I hated that. She could get to where she needs to be. This really is a good book for anyone who can relate. Good for those in their teens, and get an insight on things. Mounia has done an amazing job on this book. She is an author to watch!