“Love Is for Losers” By Wibke Brueggemann Review

Fifteen-year-old Phoebe thinks falling in love is vile and degrading, and vows never to do it. Then, due to circumstances not entirely in her control, she finds herself volunteering at a local thrift shop. There she meets Emma . . . who might unwittingly upend her whole theory on life.

This one is a typical YA book about romance, teens and high school drama. Which really disappoint me, because I was hoping for something not just generic. 

The entire book has an huge British narrative to it which really was fun in an away but I also kept forgetting that this book is sett in London which I was being reminded of pretty often. But also I had troubles understanding high school terms like “GCSEs” which apparently are big deal in England. 

The writing style here could have been much better than it was but it was super easy and super lame.

The love story between Emma and Phoebe was kind of cute in an away but it was super original which I meed to give it points for.

I give this book 3 / 5

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