I wasn't sure I was even going to review this book. I read it really quickly (it was the perfect book to read after Gone Girl). It's also a book I bought over the summer, so it fits my criteria for Reading My Own Books. But had I known it was the second in a series, I might not have even read it (I hate not starting from the beginning).
Ultimately, I almost didn't review it because You Suck is really, really bad. And I kind of didn't want to admit I was reading it. But then, as I got closer and closer towards the end, I didn't want to admit that I liked it. While I could see the poor writing and unconvincing plot, I couldn't put it down. The little things just didn't seem to matter. So what if the dialogue is bad if it makes you laugh? Who cares if the plot has holes a mile wide if the characters are hilarious (Abby Normal, I'm looking at you).
This book, I think, falls into the category of Guilty Pleasures. I can't believe I liked it, I can't believe I'm admitting it to you, and I can't believe I want to pick up the next in the series. Don't tell, okay?
3 out of 5 stars.