Take Me Home Tonight
Two best friends. One night in New York. Kat and Stevie have one night to see a play and eat at the hottest restaurant in the city. But that’s not counting for a dog, no cell phones, and a hundred-dollar bill. One wild adventure in the city leads both girls to the truth about their friendship, their choices, and their future.
Take Me Home Tonight is a lighthearted read about friendship and growing up. It took me a little bit to get into the book, but once they hit the city I couldn’t put it down. Every detail is important, everything has a purpose and comes back later in the story, leaving- though unrealistic it’s believable- no loose ends. The only exception is Tori; the third friend staying at home to cover for Kat and Stevie. This little side plot has nothing to do with the main story. Is her story necessary? No. Hysterical? Yes.
|Page Count||416 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
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