{Arc Review} I’m the Girl by Courtney Summers


When sixteen-year-old Georgia Avis discovers the dead body of thirteen-year-old Ashley James, she teams up with Ashley’s older sister, Nora, to find and bring the killer to justice before he strikes again. But their investigation throws Georgia into a world of unimaginable privilege and wealth, without conscience or consequence, and as Ashley’s killer closes in, Georgia will discover when money, power and beauty rule, it might not be a matter of who is guilty—but who is guiltiest.

My Review:

This review was very difficult to write for me. I’m a Girl was such a good book. It was a very realistic read. Courtney Summers knows how to break a read. The cover I liked also. The main character just goes through a lot in this. Which breaks my heart.

Georgia is a native 16 year girl. After her mom dies, she wants to get a job. Georgia wants to be this it girl, like her mother. But she truly don’t know how dangerous it is to become one. She don’t understand how harsh the world is or even what is right or wrong.

I’m the Girl has a lot of trigger warnings in it. So this read may be hard for some readers to read. I will read this book again down the road. Just right now taking time to process on what I just read. This book recently came out, so check it out..

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