Review of Smartest Girl in the Room by Deborah Nam-Krane



Nineteen year old Emily wants her college diploma fast, and she’s going to get it. But when the perfect night with perfect Mitch leads her to a broken heart, Emily is blind to her vulnerability. When the person she cares about the most is hurt as a result, Emily’s ambition gives way to more than a little ruthlessness. She’s going to use her smarts to take care of herself and protect the people she loves, and everyone else had better stay out of her way. But shouldn’t the smartest girl everyone knows realize that the ones she’d cross the line for would do the same for her?

The Smartest Girl In The Room is Book One in The New Pioneers series.

While I sort of felt like we came into the middle of it, I really enjoyed it. I can really relate to Emily, in the way that I am also the kind of person to stay in by myself. I really enjoyed the different emotions that came across the pages; humor, shyness, etc- It really seemed real. Well written, in spite of a few issues, it was really easy to join the characters on their journey. I would recommend it to anyone.



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