By Erin McCahan
Equal elements comedy and coming of age, it is a whip-smart, big-hearted, laugh-out-loud love tale approximately sisters, pals, and what it potential to like at all.
Can a person be actually herself—or actually in love—in a language that isn't her own?
Sixteen-year-old Josie lives her existence in translation. She speaks highschool, collage, acquaintances, Boyfriends, Break-ups, or even the language of lovely women. yet none of those is her local tongue--the purely those that converse which are her ally Stu and her sister Kate. So while Kate will get engaged to an epically unbearable man, how can Josie see it as whatever however the mistake of an entire life? Kate is set to bend Josie to her will for the marriage; Josie is set to damage Kate and her fiancé up. As battles are waged over secrets and techniques and semantics, Josie is compelled to envision her emotions for the boyfriend who says he loves her, the sister she loves yet does not consistently like, and the easiest pal who hasn't stated a word--at least now not in a language Josie understands.
“Josie’s a rarity in teenager literature, a real unique . . . vigorous characters and a delightful plot foil reader expectancies within the very best way.”—Kirkus experiences