“Beautiful” is both the title of the book and the story held within its pages.
Ellie Summerfield has it all – looks, grades, status, the guy. However, she feels like something is wrong. In her? – With her? – Around her? She’s not really sure. Something is just off.
In a moment, her world changes. Ellie is launched on a journey to find her true purpose and the real meaning of beauty.
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were real people with real issues and real insecurities. Bits of the story are predictable just based on the back cover. However, that doesn’t make it any less satisfying to read.
There is some smoking and drug use in the book. However, it is presented negatively and without any glamour or endorsement. That would be my only somewhat caution, though.