Serena Moore is just an average blond haired blue eyed computer geek. That is, until Poor Josh spills something on her shirt and she has to run to the bathroom. In the bathroom is Kori Kitzler, the "dark angel" of their high school, says they are more alike than Serena thinks. Mesmerized Serena becomes Kori's friend.
Both girls have to do a witting assignment for school about tempting fate, they have to write five things they would like to happen. Serena, being her normal self, doesn't take it seriously, Kori does. When something horrible happens to Kori Serena is left with her loneliness and Kori's list. Serena is then challenged to complete Kori's list for her, but is she up for the challenge, or are there some things that must be left undone?
This book was seriously amazing!
Brooke Taylor not only writes about the trials of teenage life, she tells it perfectly through the eyes of a teenager. I can picture all of the characters of this book as teenagers in my school, or as real adults seen through the eyes of a teenager.
The book is told through the first person point of view of Serena. I love how she's so quick to think up sarcastic or witty comments , but like most teenagers edits what she says unless she's talking to her friends.
The story line was amazing, i was constantly trying to find a good spot to put it down so i could study for my final exams, i couldn't even find one (i hope i passed the tests). It wasn't like most teen books these days, it had substance, and a moral, but it just added more intrigue to the story line.
I can't wait to read more books from this amazing author.