Review of A Disaster in Three Acts by Kelsey Rodkey

Young Adult

Saine is getting over her grandmothers death as well as navigating high school and college applications. She needs to make a documentary for an application to the college she wants. With a weird twist of fate, she needs the help of her former best friend (who also happens to be her current best friend’s ex boyfriend.)
I’ve read both of Kelsey Rodkey’s novels. The first one, I picked up without knowing anything about her writing. This one, I actively sought. Not only do I love her writing style but they give me a taste of home. Her books (so far) are set in central Pennsylvania, where I grew up and went to college. I absolutely love reading about places I went to and hung out at during my formative years. (Sheetz run anyone?)
This book was a great read. Following along as Saine realizes what she has done and what she was willing to do can certainly make a person think about what they, themselves, have done. Of course this book ends with a happy ending but it was touch and go for a bit, making the happy ending that much more sweeter.
I highly recommend all books Kelsey Rodkey, and this one in particular.
Many thanks to Net Galley for providing me with a copy of this book.

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