The World Famous Divorcee and Business Man Mr. Bright is back in town!
If I'm Being Honest by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka is realistic fiction.
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Cameron Bright grew up in a home with a mother who would not get a job and always chased after and relied on the money from her divorced husband who could care less about them. This caused Cameron to become irritable all the time. She was very mean to people around her.
The realistic fiction book If I'm Being Honest by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka is about friendship and reveals that true friends can bring out the good in you.
A connection between If I'm Being Honest to The School for Good and Evil is both Cameron Bright and Sophie in the begining are not accepting of how cruel they are until later.
The Universal conflict is Man vs. self. Cameron Bright always has an ongoing battle inside her head on whether she should be mean or nice. Normally the mean wins but she gets nicer throughout the book.
Throughout most of the story, I got mad at Cameron because she used Paige and her brother as a way to make her crush think she was a nice person after he said she was too mean to people, but that soon changes once I learned what happens in her head and in her life.