Jul 21, 2016
Review: Proof of Forever by Lexa Hillyer
I highly anticipated this book, especially because it was a contemporary novel on teenage friendship. I've always had a thing for books that revolve around relationships -- namely, familial relationships and friendships -- so when I first heard of Proof of Forever, I knew then and there that I had to read this book at once.
Needless to say, with my expectation all built up, I was slightly disappointed with certain aspects of the book that simply didn't work well with me.
Proof of Forever is a story of 4 teenage girls -- all close friends with one another. Young, carefree, and often reckless. Their friendship is torn apart after 2 years since camp, but when they decide to reunite to see one another one last time, something terrible happens after a flash of a photo booth camera -- they're brought to the past. To that last summer they were all in camp, that last time they were all good friends.
One of the things that I was utterly disappointed of in this book were the unnecessary parts of the book that simply didn't make much sense to me.