League of Strays isn’t one of those really memorable book, but I did enjoy it enough to finish.
The characters were okay, but there were too many flaws. One of those flaws was the romance, I just wasn't feeling it.
League of Strays takes place in our modern world, so it didn't take much in the world-building for it to seem real. There were a few minor surprise, but for the most part this has a very predictable plot.
Should you read it? If I weren't so upset about the "romance", I probably would have enjoyed it more. So, if you're okay with a romance you may not be able to connect with and really like what it sounds like, it's worth a shot.
This suspenseful debut follows a group of teenage misfits in their delicious quest for revenge on those who have wronged them at their high school. When a mysterious note appears in Charlotte's mailbox inviting her to join the League of Strays, she's hopeful it will lead to making friends. What she discovers is a motley crew of loners and an alluring, manipulative ringleader named Kade. Kade convinces the group that they need one another both for friendship and to get back at the classmates and teachers who have betrayed them. But Kade has a bigger agenda. In addition to vandalizing their school and causing fights between other students, Kade's real intention is a dangerous plot that will threaten lives and force Charlotte to choose between her loyalty to the League and her own conscience.