31. We Used to Be Friends by Amy Spalding
I liked the premise of this book with the break-up of childhood best friends during their senior year of high school told from both of their perspectives. In execution I found it lacking. There was a weird back and forth through time that I don’t think really added much to the story but made it really confusing to keep track of where in the timeline of the story you are. Also it probably would have benefitted the book to provide a little bit more of a glimpse of the friendship when it was actually in a good place because there was little in this book that made me think these two girls would have ever been friends let alone been friends for as long as they were. I give it a 5 out of 10.