Summary (via the author's website): "Two theater-mad, self-invented, fabulositon Ohio teenagers.
One boy, one girl.
One gay, one straight.
One black, one white.
And SUMMER DRAMA CAMP.
It’s a season of hormones,
song and dance,
and unitards that will determine their future–and test their friendship."
Review: That's it? That's the ending? That's how the Big Drama Camp Experience turned out? I... I don't know how to feel about that.
I really like E. Lockhart, because she takes girls who could take over the world and sets them loose to wreak havoc and figure out their place in the world.
I also like her because it's not all about "getting the guy." Sure, it's nice to get the guy, and sometimes it works out that way, but people don't go around finding their soulmates around every corner. More often, they date boys, and they kiss boys, and then they admit that, no, we're not really clicking. Have a nice day. Or at least, they should.
Goodreads Shelves: addictive, fluffy, is-this-a-kissing-book, thought-provoking