I love it when a book gives you different perspectives of events. It’s not third person omission when you’re fed the point-of-view of different characters at once. I’m talking about alternating first-person chapters. Like Nick  & Norah. That’s what Wendelin van Draanen did in her young adult novel, Flipped. You’re introduced to Bryce Loski, a bashful boy finding his place in the world and setting off to become the person he’s supposed to be; then there’s Julianna Baker, the outgoing, intelligent, philosophical girl next door who crushes on Bryce. Whenever I read young adult, I’m always transported back to my youth. Adolescent me related to Bryce’s cowardice, scoffed at his poorly defined idea of beauty, and wanted to slap him about not realizing that Julianna…