Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas Review
Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas follows two characters named Misha and Ryan. Misha is a boy and Ryan is a girl. and they have been pen pals since fifth grade and they don’t know who the other person is they have never met in person they have never they swore a pact to like never look up the other person. and then they’re like just best friends they have been best friends ever since fifth grade. throwing each other’s their secrets and just really confining in each other and just being there for each other.
by Penelope Douglas
and then one day Misha just never replies to Ryan’s letters and it has been three months and she doesn’t know if he’s been arrested or a died or like whatever happened. and she knows Misha on a very deep level because they’ve been like best friends since fifth grade.
and so she doesn’t know what’s going on and without him just kind of her world is crumbling down because he would always give her like life advice and just be there for her and about him she doesn’t know who she really is and nothing’s working nothing’s going as planned and then we have Misha who has been through hell and back in these three months because something absolutely devastating happened.
something that ruined his whole life or definitely if threw his whole life off course and now he’s on a mission to kind of rectify that and just like get pieces back together. um and so he hasn’t been writing to Ryan and then he one day sees Ryan and he from afar and he sees that.
this girl who he has written letters to ever since he was in the fifth grade is not the same girl he sees in front of himself and he feels betrayed and he feels lied at and he just feels like because he feels like he has known his best friend but this person that he sees then is nothing close to his best friend.
his best friend sweet she’s a geek she’s a bit nerdy she is really into Star Wars and this person that he sees there is a bully she’s a cheerleader nothing gets Julius but she’s a bully and she’s mean to other people and she doesn’t stick up for like e people that aren’t strong enough to stick up for themselves and so he feels really really put betrayed and then just there’s a new boy at Ryan’s school and he is just throwing her curveballs.
left right and center and just stuff is blowing up and this is definitely an enemies to the lover of romance and it is definitely new adults I going in I thought it was new adult and then I was like nope this is not new adults so yeah but I absolutely love this the author fenelby Douglas is a pro when it comes to writing teenage angst like this was who this was good so I can’t wait to read um birthday girl or just any other of her books.
I’m really looking forward to go into like a Penelope Douglass book binge. I hope you guys are all feeling very well and I hope you are all trying to get best experience out of life and yeah definitely tell me what you thought about the book. if you have read it already and if you have not definitely read it and then tell me what you think about it for me it was definitely a 5 out of 5 star read and yeah so I would love to know what you think about it.
Punk 57 Review
one of my favorites too is punk 57 oh my god this book okay so i read this at the beginning of quarantine and i remember being obsessed with that at the time so basically these two kids have been pen pal since they were really young and they both have unisex names.
so they got paired together thinking that they were both boys but they’re obviously not and so they decide to have this dynamic where they’re going to send letters to each other for literally the rest of their lives i guess but never meet up in real life.
and they just use each other as like a way to like talk about their problems and get like unbiased advice and like open up to each other but they’ve never met until the boy from the letters transfers to the girls school and finds out who she is but she doesn’t know who he is he realizes he doesn’t like her at all in person.
she’s completely different than how she came across in her letters they start this enemies to lovers connection you know they don’t like each other but she doesn’t realize it’s the guy from the letters oh it’s so good i love the friends online but not in person trope that’s like pretty common but yeah that’ll be douglas did it really well in that book too there’s a lot of secrets a lot of plot twists a lot of crazy stuff that happens in that book too so if you like a book that keeps you on your toes punk 57 by penelope douglas