By Catherine Clark
4 out of 5 stars
Banana Splitsville is unique. It was an unoriginal idea twisted to form a creative plot and characters. I loved to read how Courtney picked out each thing about each boy, occasion, or idea that she liked and stuck with it. At times, I was thinking to myself, Not him! She doesn’t deserve him! It was true, I don’t like the main character, Courtney, but this book broke a rule. As I say, “It can’t be a good book without a likable main character.” On the other hand, other minor characters made up for that factor and I was impressed with the book altogether. Though there were some parts that bothered me, I still recommend this book with 4 stars.
*brief, unnecessary, comments of homosexuality
*sexual references that also didn’t need to be included