Hermit Girl is a book about a girl who uses her online persona to reach others like herself. She has a YouTube channel on which she teaches others how to navigate the dating world. It all goes very well until she meets one of her subscribers in person and learns firsthand about the pitfalls of sharing information on the internet.
This book was a delight to read, it kept my attention from beginning to end. At first, the protagonist, Willow, appears shy and awkward, especially when she has to talk to her crush, Bailey, but she redeems herself with the useful topics she addresses on her YouTube channel.
I give this book a rating of four out of five. Young women will find this book relatable. We have all been Willow at some point in our lives. This book is like reading from a real person’s diary–it is believable yet inspiring at the same time.
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|Author||E. M. Collyer|
|Page Count||663 pages|
|Publisher||Left Field books|
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