The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend by Kody Keplinger
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I've been sitting on writing this review for awhile now. I don't know what to really say about this book. I went into reading this book after reading a lot of reviews which were all over the place. A number mention how the story is all over the place and the characters are unsympathetic and I fully agree.
I started reading and quickly found that I wasn't finding a connection to these characters so I started skimming the book. At some point I found myself no longer skimming but really reading the book. While I never cared about the characters, I found I wanted to know how this story played out.
Bianca built barriers to keep herself apart from those around her. Wesley was able to break through her barriers. Wesley, like Bianca, has sort of built a persona around himself to protect himself from the facts of his life. Even knowing that they are this way as a kind of defense, I still don't like either one of them.
I think the best review (the one I agree with the most) is this one from a reviewer on Goodreads. She writes it so much better than I could.