You in Five Acts by Una LaMarche
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Trying very hard to be clever when a straightforward book would have worked far better. The shifting POV, so we're not entirely clear who "you" is at any given time, doesn't help make the story come to life it just creates a pause while readers figures out who and what. Once the gimmick is dispensed with, this is a standard last semester of school novel, one with all the fears about the future, taking last chances, etc.. It might have helped if the situations weren't so obvious, or if there had been a true Roshomon-effect with the differing POVs.