Sweet 16 by Kate Brian
Reviewed by Maidot
Sweet 16 by Kate Brian is a really great book. It is about a fifteen-turning-sixteen girl named Teagan Phillips. She is a pretty rude and obnoxious girl who is always given what she wants, even the perfect boyfriend, and she never really deserves it. On the night of her sixteenth birthday, she trips down the stairs and is knocked out. When she wakes up, she finds a woman wrapped in bandages hovering over her. That strange woman leads Teagan back into the past to when her mother was still alive and her father was around more often. Teagan is forced to realize how she acted after her mother died will lead up to her future- a dead corpse. With the help of the strange woman in bandages, she faces her future. But will she be able to make the right decision? Sweet 16 is a book about the golden rule: Treat people the way you want to be treated. If you didn't learn it during kindergarten, pick up this book to learn it now, Because the decisions you made in your past will add up to your future. And some of those decisions can be deadly. A great book for adolescent girls. A real page-turner.