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Camp by Kayla Miller is the sequel to Click. Olive and best friend Willow are on their way to summer camp for two weeks. They have plans to bunk together and do as many of the activities together as they can. That sounds good until they can't agree on everything and Willow ends up extra clingy.
The first week Olive sticks with her promise and spends most of her time with Willow. Willow meanwhile is making no effort to find her own interests or people to talk to. Without context, Willow's behavior reads as bizarre.
I frankly don't remember Willow being in the first book. Click was about Olive being left high and dry by all her friends when it came to the talent show. So why is Willow now suddenly clingy? Is it because they're at camp?
No. Willow is a plot device. Olive isn't going to be on her own again because she's already learned and proven to herself that she can have fun as a one person show. So now she needs someone to hold her back from socializing when others clearly want be her camp friend.
The third book in the series, Act comes out in May 2020.