Bell Bottom High: Book 2: Sophomore Sorrows by BJ Williams Book Review

Bell Bottom High: Book 2: Sophomore Sorrows by BJ Williams

Synopsis:

The drama continues at Bell Bottom High as Reecy Jones turns fifteen years old and enters her sophomore studies in the fall of 1974. This year, Reecy is struggling with her own family situation. In addition, she’s trying to help her best friend, Joyce Campbell, deal with an abusive home life combined with personal news that has rocked her world. The story, set in the fictional town of Clifton, Arkansas, follows the lives of two teenage girls who both have a lot of growing up to do.

When Joyce finally exposes the truth about herself and her family, will Reecy be able to help her best friend cope with the pressures of life? Will Reecy be able to cope with her own family drama?

Book Review:

In this book 2, Reecy is struggling with her own family issues. Her best friend, Joyce, is also having family related issues in her home.

This book is deals with abuse, secrets, family issues, and loyalty.  I like how the story is unpredictable and it kept me reading in one setting.  Sometime I thought I was the next door neighbor for a minute. The story is so well written and well developed that I can relate and identify with all the characters in the story.

I recommend these books for teenage girls and boys.  Some of the issues in the book can be relatable for today’s teenagers.

I am about to start book 3.  Thank you for a great series so far.

I give this book 5 stars. I also recommend this book.

 

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