Multiple Choice, by Janet Tashjian

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Monica Devon, a young girl who has lived the life of a perfectionist, decides she wants a change. She attempts to become more spontaneous by creating a game that she calls Multiple Choice. It involves four scrabble letters in a bag, and when she must make a decision about something she thinks of four options, takes a letter out of the bag, and whatever letter she chooses, she must do. Unfortunately, Monica becomes obsessed with this game. She begins to pick and do choices that affect others, even her best friend. This is a very compelling book and a great read for a rainy day.

Student, Grade 9