Tell Me Everything

Tell Me Everything

YOUR SECRET?S SAFE ? UNTIL IT?S NOT Ivy is the shy artist type and keeps a low profile?so low that she?s practically invisible to everyone at Belfry High School except for her best friend, Harold. As sophomore year begins, Harold takes up a hundred activities, leaving Ivy on her own. Luckily she?s found a distraction: the new anonymous art-sharing app, VEIL. Soon Ivy realize YOUR SECRET?S SAFE ? UNTIL IT?S NOT Ivy is the shy artist type and keeps a low profile?so ...

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Title:Tell Me Everything
Author:Sarah Enni
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:B07CNQWVHS
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Tell Me Everything Reviews

  • Kelly
    Jan 04, 2019
    A timely and thought-provoking book about social media, anonymity, art, and being yourself for yourself. Ivy's voice here is fantastic and the perfect blend of funny, snarky, confused, and insecure. This book is absolutely for teens, with dialog that's real and situations that resonate...
  • Laurie Ryan
    Mar 10, 2019
    This was an interesting read. Not mired in darkness but also not so light as to be unrealistic. Just the right amount of humor and angst. The art aspect is especially well done. Tell Me Everything was an interesting and entertaining read. Plus, I love it when a story surprises me which...
  • Kristina Horner
    Mar 04, 2019
    I struggled with this book a little bit. Overall, I really wanted to like it. I loved the concept - young girl discovers VEIL, an anonymous new art-sharing app she really connects with, works up the courage to share her art online, etc. However, I found so many things off about this bo...
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    Apr 04, 2019
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    Apr 11, 2019
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    Mar 03, 2019
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  • Sašenka
    Mar 23, 2019
    More like 3,5* It is a cute, fluffy and a quick read. But I had a few issues with it. I'm not sure if it's my personality or me being an adult. But the problems Ivy got herself into- I did not have too much sympathy for her. I hate assuming etc. But I guess that was the point the aut...
  • Abbyforth
    Mar 05, 2019
    This was a fun, quick read. While I loved the portrayal of the town and the app VEIL, the themes in this book felt a little on the nose and overly simplistic. Maybe this is just a result of me reading older YA and having unfair expectations for a book that's decidedly younger. Tell Me ...
  • Sarah Bowe
    Aug 22, 2018
    A book about the good (self expression) and the bad (again.... Self expression) of social media. I like Ivy. She always meant well, even when it didn't turn out. I was bummed out with Harold until he redeemed himself at the end. I'm glad Ivy found a friend in Nate when Harold wasn't th...
  • Kate Olson
    Mar 31, 2019
    I wanted to love this book. I really really wanted to. However, I definitely think its target audience is more in the 7th/8th grade range vs. high school, despite the subject matter, and I just couldn't fully buy into Ivy and her character. Some of the social media stuff was hard-hitti...
  • Elizabeth
    Mar 19, 2019
    I liked parts of this for sure, but as a whole, my impression of the story is just neutral. I liked the art aspects, especially the photography parts as I shot film in high school too. But I didn't really like how all of the main storyline was laid out, from Ivy essentially outing all ...
  • Melyssa Winchester
    Mar 01, 2019
    This was an interesting story. I was especially taken in by the app itself as it was presented in the story. Found the idea of an app of this nature intriguing, while also attempting to figure out which app in present time it may have represented. The idea of posting anonymously an...
  • Anika
    Mar 08, 2019
    Had potential but poorly executed. ...
  • Gretal
    Oct 26, 2018
    Tell Me Everything follows sophomore Ivy who is a shy artist except for when she decides to get into everyone?s business, doing ?good? deeds for people whose identities she figured out (or thinks she has) from posts to an anonymous art-sharing app similar to Yik Yak or After Scho...
  • Sierra
    Mar 25, 2019
    Blast, I?m so sorry to say I?m disappointed. This book wasn?t bad at all. Like, I in no way disliked it. But I?m pretty underwhelmed. There wasn?t really anything that set it apart from other contemps and Ivy was kind of more clueless than what can pass for cute. The thing sh...
  • Carli
    Feb 22, 2019
    Thank you to Edelweiss and Scholastic for the advance Kindle copy of this 2.26.19 release. All opinions are my own. ? ???/5 for this cautionary social media tale. Over the course of a summer, Liv becomes absorbed by a new app called Veil, where users can post their art tempo...
  • Hayley Garron
    Mar 01, 2019
    I finished this book in several hours because it was pretty short... I love the idea and concept of mixing art & social media within these pages. The concept of the social media site VEIL, reminds me a lot of the artsy-ness of tumblr. I think for me, I?m just too old to really...
  • Kristin Jaques
    Apr 10, 2019
    4.5 / 5 At times the story felt a little choppy, but I loved how it was both unpredictable and predictable at the same time. I loved the discussion about being vulnerable and putting yourself out there particularly when it comes to things you create. I thought that the characters wer...
  • Incorrigible_bibliophile
    Mar 05, 2019
    This books gets so many things right. It touches on our society's obsession with social media and how it affects our ability to interact with others by stunting our social skills and in some cases, creating cyber bullies who believe that they can say whatever they want becuase they can...
  • Abigail Carlson
    Mar 16, 2019
    I'm struggling with a rating for this book. As a whole, I wasn't a fan. I never felt connected to Ivy as a main character. I felt frustrated with her much of the time. Harold was a cliche and Nate was predictable. The entire plot was predictable which made my struggle through this stor...
  • Chloe
    Nov 12, 2018
    This book was amazing. It had a main plot about exploring friendships and loves, but also about finding your own creativity. And that plot was amazing. I absolutely loved it. But, I think a lot of books have an amazing main plot. What made this book special and truly beautiful was its...
  • Laura Beam
    Mar 04, 2019
    Have you ever felt, even before you've read something, like it was written just for you? That is how this book felt to me. Not only did I feel this way when I heard about this book, and when I waited for it, and when I ordered it, but I felt that way when I read it. This book felt like...
  • Robin McCann
    Feb 17, 2019
    The content is good for any of the students 5-8th grade. Covers some of the real consequences of social media. This will appeal to those students who like romance novels but are not ready for YA content. It is also a good book to support the fears of young artists and encourage mindful...
  • Madison Serdinak
    Mar 13, 2019
    She falls in love with her best friend. Typical books are the best books.!? ...
  • Katie Gallagher
    Mar 07, 2019
    Read this review and others on my blog! I?ve been a loyal listener of Sarah Enni?s First Draft podcast since 2014, so I was psyched to pick up a copy of her debut novel. Tell Me Everything follows Ivy, a sophomore photography nerd who?s been struggling with growing distance ...
  • Faith-Ann Tejero
    Apr 01, 2019
    I didn't get to read it yet ...
  • Danielle Kaitlin
    Mar 16, 2019
    Being an artist myself, Enni?s novel really brought me back the familiar feeling of the anxiety and doubt you feel when you expose the deep meanings beneath your artwork to your peers and colleagues. Walking with Ivy through her journey of her sophomore year of high school was the li...
  • Julie Anderson
    Feb 27, 2019
    I really enjoyed the author's insights as to how the teens in this story expressed themselves through art and how one teen focused on other's artistic outlets instead of on her own. I found myself laughing out loud and thoroughly enjoyed the read. I would recommend this book. ...
  • Anja
    Mar 17, 2019
    I thought that the concept behind this book was really cool, and I liked the fact that the protagonist was artistic, but I felt like VEIL wasn't the most realistic app. I started thinking about what it would look like if Instagram was anonymous and I started saying to myself how cool t...
  • Ama Gutierrez
    Mar 14, 2019
    this is a somewhat boring book, but i believe it is enlightening, and a great way to view the struggle of a teen in isolation; and to see the vast effect social media has on our society. ...