Undone Book Review

Undone by Brooke Taylor.

Kori Kitzler is the "dark angel" of her high school: beautiful, mysterious, the subject of rumors. Serena Moore is just an average girl, until a run-in with Kori in the bathroom in eighth grade. When Kori tells her that they are more alike than she thinks, Serena is instantly intrigued, and their fateful friendship begins. When the girls are asked to complete a writing assignment listing the five things they would want to happen--their five ways to tempt fate--Serena doesn't take it seriously. But when something tragic happens to Kori, Serena is left with her loneliness and Kori's five things. Can Serena complete her best friend's tasks, or will she leave her list undone?Undone is a striking debut novel about friendship, family, and the secrets we keep from the people to whom we are closest.
(Summary from jacket flap).

Okay, I didn't do a summary of this book because the plot was too complex for me to sumarize. If I attempted to summarize Undone, I would sound like a total douche. Heh!

Everyone was telling me I should read Undone. When I looked at the book cover, I wasn't really all the "ecstatic" because I was thinking, "oh my, here we go again with another goth book." (no offense to any goths out there). Anyways, once I flipped through the first four chapters, I was definetly hooked. I am proud the say the book was freaking awesome-tastic! And that's a word I don't use very often. :)

Undone is a compelling debut novel that revolves around friends, family and hidden secrets kept from people closest to.