MP!er Roisin shares her thoughts on the funny and smart YA fiction ‘YOLO’ by Lauren Myracle

YOU REVIEW: MP!er Roisin shares her thoughts on ‘Yolo’ the fourth instalment in the bestselling Internet Girls series by Lauren Myracle.  


Describe the plot of ‘YOLO’ in a tweet – less than 140 character, please!
Things can change when you go to college. Yolo follows how 3 friends cope with this change.

What genre would you class the book as?
Something along the lines of romance/comedy .. basically anything teen girls could be into.

What was the best bit?
Personally I like the fact that it would literally have you crying with laughter when you read it!

Anything you didn’t like?
Some parts of it I found very cliché but I think that comes with the genre. It doesn’t take away from the fact it’s a great book however.

Would you recommend ‘YOLO’ to your friends?

Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys? Or both?
This seems like more of a girls book because there are parts that are very girly.

Anything else you’d like to tell us about the book?
Yeah I recommend reading it in the comfort of your own house. This will avoid you getting looks If you start laughing whilst reading it in public!

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