I was constantly on my toes wanting to figure out what happened to Jamie that made her create a whole world that she believed was reality for her whole life.
There was so much that I loved about the story. I loved how I was not expecting such emotional turmoil from the book. I was expecting a very happy tale, but Under the Lights was full of drama, pain, and sorrow. It was actually very good!
I was not a fan of this book much. It was not that interesting and frankly, a bit boring.
What I thought was amazing throughout the story was that Bram and Susanna both were needing something different when it comes from the opposite sex, but they brought their needs together and made the relationship work.
While reading the book, I kept imaging the movie Grease or Cry Baby. You know where there is a gang of rebels and they are outsiders from the rest of the non-rebellious teenagers?
Jessica wanted to make known the sexually objectified comments or actions of others towards her since she was little and how it shaped her to be this huge feminist and anxiety driven person.
Another good job to Rainbow Rowell for writing such a moving book! I very much enjoyed the book!