Better Than Revenge

Better Than Revenge

by Taylor Henderson

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ISBN-13: 9781680581621
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: 06/02/2015
Pages: 328
Sales rank: 1,106,221
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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Better Than Revenge 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DiaryOfABookBlogger More than 1 year ago
Firstly I would like to thank Taylor Henderson for sending me a copy of her YA novel Better Than Revenge in exchange for a review. Ever since Violet Forrester first moved next door to Brianna, she has been tortured relentlessly… It seems like Brianna has everything, and yet she still doesn’t have the one thing she really wants; the one thing that Violet cares about the most—Blake Edwards. After years of letting Brianna walk all over her, Violet’s finally had enough. She’s tired of sitting back and watching Brianna flirt with her boyfriend, steal her friends, and push her around. She’s finally ready to stand up for herself. To do this, Violet and her new friend, Lena, devise a plan to make Brianna realize that not everything is hers for the taking, and Violet knows the perfect way to do it… After all, nothing is better than revenge. That is, until someone gets hurt. Better Than Revenge is a fun and relatable young-adult read with really fun and likeable characters. I think many girls can somehow relate to being the victim of the Regina George of their school, and wishes they could stand up to them just as Violet did. Lena was my favourite character – although I share a similar story to Violet, it’s Lena who I liked the most. I relate to her tough shell but soft centre, and I found her fun and exciting as a character. I also find her relatable to my friends, from the torturous gym (or PE for Brits like me) scenes to the 3am phone calls. The story has quite a Mean Girls feel to it, and it’s a great lesson on standing up to the school bullies and it-girls. I rate Better Than Revenge four stars and I’m really looking forward to reading the rest of Taylor Henderson’s Sweet Secrets series. Read more book reviews on my blog: diaryofabookblogger.wordpress.com and follow me on Twitter and Instagram for bookish updates: @bookbloggerwp