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Raised by her grandparents, seventeen-year-old Jasmine, the result of a biracial one night stand, has never met her father but has a good relationship with her mother until she sees her mother’s boyfriend kissing Jaz’s best friend…


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    Janet

    Mar 22, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

     ·  (Review from the author)

    I wrote it so I totally know what happens at the end. ūüėČ

    Alexa


    My review can also be found on my blog Collections.

    2.5 stars

    I could relate to the main character Jasmine in a way. I understood why she felt like she never fit in because of her skin color and the way she looks. I know the feeling. But she pretty much annoyed me for the majority of the book.¬†The secret she kept from her mother…. It made me wonder why she even bothered keeping it to herself, since¬†she started taking out her frustrations on the one person she was trying to protect.¬†Telling her m

    2.5 stars

    I could relate to the main character Jasmine in a way. I understood why she felt like she never fit in because of her skin color and the way she looks. I know the feeling. But she pretty much annoyed me for the majority of the book.¬†The secret she kept from her mother…. It made me wonder why she even bothered keeping it to herself, since¬†she started taking out her frustrations on the one person she was trying to protect.¬†Telling her mother that unlike her, she wasn’t addicted to a color? And that she was a horrible mother? Whoa.¬†Jasmine made unfair assumptions and was as judgmental as everyone else throughout the book. Even though she realizes this by the end and knows she has to change herself and become a stronger person,¬†I can’t say I ever went out of my way to root for her.

    Another thing that bothered me was the fact that so many other issues were mentioned. There was the gay friend and the friend who was abused growing up and the boy who had a drug past. Every other character had a dead parent (cancer, drunk driving, etc) or a parent who wasn’t in their lives. Yes, everyone has problems. But considering the book was already about prejudice and racism and forgiveness, it was too much. I guess I was suppose to feel sorry for the characters, but I honestly never felt much of anything for them. And then the dialogue from some of the characters made me cringe. Things like ‘Once you go black, you never go back’ and ‘You know what they say about black men…’ I’ve heard those jokes before. Who hasn’t? It felt very forced. Like I was being reminded and convinced that the character was black. And I wasn’t convinced. It didn’t sound real or true to me. Just stereotypical things to say.

    I liked that If I Tell brought up the issues of race and prejudice. However, I wasn’t able to completely connect with the characters, and I think the book had a lot going on with the other issues I mentioned above. While I didn’t enjoy¬†If I Tell¬†as much as I wanted to, I don’t think it was a bad read at all. And I believe that if you’re still interested in reading it you should go for it.
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    Ashley - Book Labyrinth

    When I finished this novel I thought to myself “How come more people didn’t tell me how awesome Janet Gurtler’s writing is?!”. She totally has my favourite type of contemporary voice, a la Sarah Dessen, Elizabeth Scott, and Deb Caletti. And those three are some of my favourite contemp writers, so that is a massive compliment.

    ‘If I Tell’ originally intrigued me, but its concept didn’t necessarily appeal to me. I mean, the girl sees her Mom’s boyfriend kissing her best friend?! It sounds pretty sk

    ‘If I Tell’ originally intrigued me, but its concept didn’t necessarily appeal to me. I mean, the girl sees her Mom’s boyfriend kissing her best friend?! It sounds pretty sketchy. And, well, it is sketchy, but it’s also not exactly what it seems. I think you can view the whole book based on the “it’s not all black and white” theme, one which occurs on two levels. First there’s Jasmine (Jaz) grappling with knowing people and figuring out that people aren’t always what they seem. Then secondly there are literal black and white issues, with Jaz trying to deal with her mixed race heritage in a small town where people who are black and people who are white just don’t mix.

    Jaz’s identity issues made up a much larger portion of the book than I would have guessed based on the description, but I was very intrigued by the whole scenario. I went to an incredibly racially diverse high school, so it was hard for me to understand why Jaz’s classmates, and even people throughout the town, made such a huge deal out of her being half black and half white. Jaz’s journey to understanding and appreciating her heritage as well as gaining self-esteem was at times difficult to read about, but it was beautifully done.

    This book just feels like a perfect example of contemporary YA because it has a little bit of everything. There’s friendship (how cool was Ashley? I loved seeing a character with my name who wasn’t a bitchy cheerleader or ditzy fashionista), romance (Jackson! seriously cute), family, identity issues, and a specific plot point (should Jaz tell?) to wrap the whole thing together. I enjoyed this book so much, and I really felt for Jaz throughout the whole novel. If you’re a fan of contemporary YA, Janet Gurtler is definitely an author to keep an eye on.
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