Unpregnant

Unpregnant Review

Seventeen-year-old Veronica Clarke never thought she would wish she’d failed a test until she finds herself holding a thick piece of plastic in her hands and staring at two solid pink lines. Even the most consistent use of condoms won’t prevent pregnancy when your boyfriend secretly pokes holes in them to keep you from going out-of-state for college.

Veronica needs an abortion, but the closest place she can legally get one is over nine hundred miles away—and Veronica doesn’t have a car. Too ashamed to ask her friends or family for help, Veronica turns to the one person she believes won’t judge her: Bailey Butler, Jefferson High’s own little black cloud of anger and snark—and Veronica’s ex-best friend. Once on the road, Veronica quickly remembers nothing with Bailey is ever simple and that means two days of stolen cars, shotguns, crazed ex-boyfriends, truck stop strippers with pro-life agendas, and a limo driver named Bob. But the pain and betrayal of their broken friendship can’t be outrun. When their fighting leads to a brutal moment of truth, Bailey abandons Veronica. Now Veronica must risk everything in order to repair the hurt she’s caused

Title:Unpregnant
Edition Language:English

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    Unpregnant Reviews

  • Kalah Grimaud

    Awful and sad, it’s telling young girls that in order to move on with an education you must get an abortion. Very anti women mind set. We don’t have to kill our babies to succeed in life. This boo...

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    I just sat in a bubble bath and read this entire book and I feel pretty content with my life choices. ...

  • noa

    ❧ ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Hilarious, poignant and beautiful, Unpregnant tells the story of Veronica, a seemingly perfect high school student. She’s in the run to...

  • Rebecca McNutt

    Unpregnant is a weird book, and no, not in a good way.To clear up a few things (because I know this question will be coming to me in the comments once I leave this book a 2-star review), I am pro-...

  • Jaye Berry

    First things first: a big fuck off to the gross pro-lifers who decided to spew their nasty shit onto this book in the reviews. Imagine thinking a book about a teenage girl and the right to her own bod...

  • Meliss

    No. This book is problematic, does not have an accurate view or understanding of teenagers, and isn’t written well either. The necessity of a young girl needing to travel hundreds of miles to get an...

  • Lauren Taylor

    I loved this book! It is essentially Super Bad with female main characters, but instead of trying to get to a party, they’re on a road trip to an abortion. Even though the topics discussed throughou...

  • Sorcha

    Wtf is wrong with these authors? This is a horrible concept that glorifies ending human life. No matter the circumstances, a fetus is alive and deserves to continue to be alive. Lots of loving couples...

  • Leigh

    I'm seeing a lot of instagrammers promote this book without actually stating what this book is about. This is a YA book of which is being adapted into a movie?! Young kids are going to be reading this...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)

    I just did not like this at all. I didn't like the charcters - and actually hated a few, the relationships felt underdeveloped, and the plot was just a run-on joke. I appreciate that the authors were ...