I just finished reading "Twisted" by Laurie Halse Anderson. She is also the other of another book I love "Speak." I will go ahead and forewarn that most of the books I read are YA (Young Adult). I have always loved YA. They are usually funny, and honest. They also don't shy away from topics. In particular I really enjoy books that are from the teenage boys POV. Mostly because I am a girl so I know what it was like to be a teenage girl. And for the most part no one tries to sound smarter than they really are by using fancy words. YA sticks to basic words, but usually uses them in a way that is very unique. Back to the book...
"Twisted" is about a young boy turning into man, and his drama. I love this book because it really did make me laugh out loud in my class during SSR (silent sustained reading). Now if you don't like to read books about things that every male thinks about don't read this book. The book does not just revolve around sex, but that it does come up...hahaha
What I also really liked about this book is that it talks about dealing with consequences. And the character full accepts the consequences, and deals with them.
I will post on other reads later.
Right now I am watching "Best In Show"