My review - I think this has became one of my favourite books of 2015 so far.
What I really enjoyed about this story is that it reminded me so much of my first festival with my best friend.
Bands, alcohol and boys.
So I really related to this story a lot when reading it and I think that is why I enjoyed it a lot.
I loved the main two characters, Kaz and Ruby. Both best friends and both dealing with ex-boyfriends.
I like that it goes back and forth between their POVs in the story, so we get to know what each of them is thinking during a certain time.
Kaz is still in love with her ex-boyfriend Tom, so when she finds out he is also going the festival she basically dresses herself up in case she runs into him.
Ruby can't deal with Kaz going on and on about her ex, after he broke her heart, so this festival for her is to get away with her best friend and her brother who is leaving for Australia for a year, and of course not having to deal with her ex Stu, who is also at the festival.
This story is about two best friends who are hoping for a good time at a festival but instead have to deal with their exes, and their friendship is tested.
I really adored this story and I need more. I want more from Kaz and Ruby, I would love to know what happens when they get home from the festival, when and if they attend sixth form.
Non Pratt is a brilliant writer, I was hooked from the very first page and didn't put it down once.