It is amazing to see how much the author has packed into this book. In less than 24 hours, there is bullies, relationships, friendships and fights crammed into the one title. I must say it would of taken a lot of work to be able to do so, I wouldn't be able to be bothered to do so much at such a high standard.
I like the characters a lot. They have quite clear figures and are easy to tell apart. All of them have brilliant personalities, every single one of them are powerful and strong. Mary in particular is not one of those girls who is weak and lets the boys do it for her, she is the one who takes matters into her own hands. She does have her flaws though, and that is what makes her a great character.
The Best Night of Your (Pathetic) Life is a great book about growing up and moving on with your life after school, and also having fun! It has your classic characters, but these work in a great way. I totally recommend it to young adults above the age of 16, as it contains some inappropriate details.