The Upside of Unrequited immediately transports you into the world of hopelessly romantic Molly. Molly has had twenty-six crushes, all of which have gone up in smoke because Molly refuses to express her feelings in fear of risking rejection. All that changes when her twin sister gets a new girlfriend, who happens to be good friends with a cute boy that possibly likes Molly back. Molly thinks she should be overjoyed, but she soon comes to realize that she instead has developed feelings for her adorably dorky coworker, Reid. This book was an entertaining portrait of unrequited love and was extremely funny. The thing I liked most about this book were the characters as they seemed to come alive on the pages. They were described so well that at the end of the book, I felt like the characters were real people. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read about a relatable subject that will get you laughing out loud. This book captures romantic hardships perfectly. On a scale of 1 to 5, I would give this book a well-deserved 4.5. Milla, grade 7, Yorba Linda Teen Book Bloggers

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