Two parties, six alternating points of view, and three letters that says it all--WTF!
This book caught my eye a long time ago when I first saw the eye-catching cover and title, so when it somehow ended up in my mailbox, I was so excited to read it.
How was it, you may ask? Well, just like the cover suggested, it left with you with a wtf feeling, though a good one at that, because this book is crazy, funny, and fabulous, even though I will admit it was a bit underdeveloped in places.
wtf is told from the viewpoint of six characters (Jimmy, Cam, Bryon, Waits, Reina, and MC) and each managed to have their own distinctive personality ranging from "The Jock" to "The Druggie" to "The Loser" and so on. Which made this one aspect I liked, because with a book that has many POVs, you have to worry if some will be interchangeable, but that was hardly the case with this. I also loved all the drama the characters managed to get into with this book from car crashes to running from the cops everything that can possible go wrong was present at some point. The characters also made this to be one read that you could easily finish in one sitting because of the fact that that it constantly left you curious about what was going to happen next.
Further more, the plot of this was also a lot of fun. It wasn't all that serious or life-changing but it provided solid entertainment, which is just what you need some days. I thought Peter did a great job of switching from character to character, because I never felt like I missed anything too big. But I did think he could have possibly fleshed some parts out more like the characters and some plot lines.
Oh, and I have to add, I loved the epilogue for this book! It was really unique!
In all, wtf is a funny and fabulous book perfect for one rainy or snowy afternoon. I can't wait to see what Lerangis has in store for us next.
wtf is now out.
Source: unsolicited review copy provided by Simon and Schsuter