All Things New by Lauren Miller

When Jessa moved to a new school following an accident which left her face severely scarred, she starts hallucinating and isn't sure whether it's due to the brain damage caused by the accident or something deeper. The people she meets along the way all play a big part in her self-discovery and somehow make the reader question their own lives as well. 

The diversity in this book was refreshing and fairly honest. It was a good, quick read that I would possibly recommend reading, but it isn't a book that blew me away or that I took to be overly memorable.

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Christina is a bibliophile and lover of all things geek. A self-confessed workaholic, Christina writes for several websites and is running various projects. She joined YA Love to share her passion for YA literature with other like-minded book lovers.