“Definitions of Indefinable Things” is about a girl who suffers from depression and the boy she falls for who has a pregnant ex-girlfriend. I really didn't think I was going to mesh well with the MC Reggie, but wow how wrong I was. I loved the aspects of how they handled their issues. This novel shows the effects of depression and medication usage in a no nonsense, but witty way. I just couldn't help but laugh out loud on more than one occasion.
The romance in this book was really good. I loved the intro to both characters. It worked out very well with the right amount of snark. I loved it! The story was good as well. It flowed very well and I just couldn't put it down. The writing was easy to follow. This is one of those rare books that you will totally loose yourself within the story.
Book in a Pinch
Depression showed in snarky and honest light with a pregnant girlfriend and one weird relationship triangle
Go Into This One Knowing
Relationships, Mental Depression, Pregnant Teens
Reggie isn’t really a romantic: she’s been hurt too often, and doesn’t let people in as a rule. Plus, when you’re dealing with the Three Stages of Depression, it’s hard to feel warm and fuzzy. When Reggie meets Snake, though, he doesn’t give her much of a choice. Snake has a neck tattoo, a Twizzler habit, and a fair share of arrogance, but he’s funny, charming, and interested in Reggie. Snake also has an ex-girlfriend who's seven months pregnant. Good thing Reggie isn’t a romantic. Definitions of Indefinable Things follows three teens as they struggle to comprehend love, friendship, and depression—and realize one definition doesn’t alwayscover it.