Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Ask the Passengers By: A. S. King

Astrid Jones hates living in a small town. People here will whisper about anything. Now as Astrid grows farther away from her family she has to deal with her friend's secrets as well as her own in a town where one slip up can ruin your reputation. So what does she do? She asks the passengers in the airplanes that fly overhead and sends them her love. The best thing is, they can't answer so she can ask them her most personal questions, like how she might be falling in love with a girl.

The main thing I like about this book was how it represents the LGBT community. It is a fact that this is something that will be very present in our lives and this is a different point of view to look from. Also, you just love the main character and feel so bad for her.

The main thing I disliked about this book was Astrid's mom. Yep. That's all that needs to be said there.

I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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