It was the first day of school at Lakeview High, and everyone was afraid of something. Michaela Choi was afraid that Ethan Beck was never going to ask her out on a date.
Andrea Beck was afraid that someone would find her weak spot, the chink in her armor. She was afraid of knowing what it was herself.
Principal Downing was afraid she was going to die.
Julie Reid was afraid that no one would notice her. She was also afraid that someone would. And there was a deeper, unnamed fear inside her that she couldn't escape — a fear that she was nothing and no one. . .
Yearbook is a captivating story about relationships and heartaches and fears and ideas and doubts and testimonies and everything that a teenage mind and backpack can contain. But most important, Yearbook is a novel about how everyone has something to offer and something to learn.
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By Kay Lynn, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I had the privilege to review Yearbook before it was available in stores. As a published author of teen fiction myself, I was amazed at how Allyson was able to tackle writing about a large number of characters with the highest level of skill and talent. Her dialogue is 'true teen talk,' and each characters' situations are true to life. It's hard to believe this is her FIRST novel! I enjoyed this book immensely and would recommend it to all teens and young adults! (Adults, too!!) I am excited to see Book 2 in this trilogy come out — can't wait to find out what happens to everyone at Lakeview High next!!
By Jillian, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This book was a fun read! It brought back so many fun high school memories. I loved reading the story from all the different perspectives. A promising new author. I can't wait to read the rest of the triology.
By Jason, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Yearbook was such a wonderful surprise! It's a very well-written look into the world of today's high school students. (And even a few of the adults in their lives.) This is the novel that LDS readers have been waiting for. Young or old, you're bound to relate. (Unless you didn't go to high school -)