The Avery Shaw Experiment by Kelly Oram

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Okay I’ve been feeling a little stressed lately and thank the universe because reading this book was as good as eating ice cream and chocolates except it doesn’t make you FAT so YAY!!! That’s right baby …. No guilt!

Avery got rejected by her childhood friend Aiden and she wanted to cure her broken heart by undergoing the five stages of grief and present this experiment in their Science Fair, since her partner Aiden backed out to join the debate club she needs “Grayson” the school hottie and Aiden’s older brother as an “objective outside observer” for this experiment since he’s failing Physics he needs this project to gain some extra credits in the name of Science.(*wink*)

The story is so simple and at some point I find it kind of silly but I don’t care because it was fluffy and sexy at the same time. I don’t see haters and plastics here like how high school is being stereotyped. We see the populars and the nerds and they all get along, the only drama we see here is Avery having panic attacks.

Overall the book is a fun read; I love everything about it including the silly parts. I would definitely recommend this to YA fans and those who are in their reading slumps. It’s light, funny and fluffy … It’s totally dorky.

Rating: 4/5

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