Teaser Review: Wrecked, by Maria Padian

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Wrecked

Goodreads Rating: 4.50 Stars
368 Pages
Algonquin Young Readers Publishing
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Everyone has heard a different version of what happened that night at MacCallum College. Haley was already in bed when her roommate, Jenny, arrived home shell-shocked from the wild Conundrum House party. Richard heard his housemate Jordan brag about the cute freshman he hooked up with. When Jenny formally accuses Jordan of rape, Haley and Richard find themselves pushed onto opposite sides of the school’s investigation. But conflicting interests fueling conflicting versions of the story may make bringing the truth to light nearly impossible–especially when reputations, relationships, and whole futures are riding on the verdict.

Maria Padian offers a kaleidoscopic view of a sexual assault on a college campus. Wrecked will leave readers thinking about how memory and identity, what’s at stake, and who sits in judgment shape what we all decide to believe about the truth.

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Quick Reasons: like the title suggests, this book WRECKED me; comfort zone? what even is that? I don’t think I know anymore; there’s an interesting play on “unreliable narrators” and “omniscient narrators” going on throughout this book that made this both frustrating, and intriguing; I don’t know what to feel right now; this book will shatter every perspective you think you have…and piece it back together in a different way

Huge thanks go to Maria Padian, Algonquin Young Readers publishing, and Netgalley for granting me early access to this title in exchange for an honest review. This in no way altered my read of or opinions on this book.

Unfortunately, Netgalley rules rule my life—this is all the review you get from me until September!  Until then, there’s one thing about this book you should know-

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