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One Night is a good story, but I feel like it could have gone deeper. In regards to what happened to Luna, I'm well aware that many girls don't speak out with the way they are often dealt with by the public, but I wish that this story had gone a different way and that Luna had fought for justice. I agree with her decision about her baby though, she showed strength in that sense.
Other things that warmed my heart was the thick bond between the siblings, which is not often portrayed in YA books. I also liked the parents, how hard they worked to give their children opportunities, and the healthy family environment they had. The easy writing and the fact that the main character is diverse was also a wonderful thing and I'd love to read more books with characters having Aboriginal heritage. But I did have an issue with the pace. It was too fast for a story depicting such topics. Would have loved for the author to slow down a bit and give more. Like I said, this is a good story with some serious and very much realistic topics, but they weren't truly delved into and that would have pulled me in a lot more.