by Nadia L. King
Teens & YA
Pub Date 10 Oct 2016
I was given a copy of Jenna’s Truth through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:
In this short but powerful book geared towards older teens due to the issues that it deals with.
At one time all Jenna Wilson wanted was to be in with the popular crowd at school but all she wants now is to get through the day without being ridiculed or bullied.
Jenna is invited to a party with the cool kids a party she would later wish she had never gone too. Jenna gets drunk and is soon being kicked out of the house practically naked but as they shove her out the door. Tina and Krissy snap a picture of her in that condition and post it on Instagram.
The teasing and ridiculing get so bad that Jenna tries to commit suicide by attempting to drown herself. But a teacher Ms. Phillips gets to her in time and she lives.
Jenna’s Truth tackles the issues of bullying and cyber bullying in a very real way and reminds the reader that Bullying is not only dangerous it can be deadly.
I give Jenna’s Truth five out of five stars