Aaliyah Anderson is back and ready to end the first semester of her last year in middle school with a bang! But, can she continue her journey and keep her head up through the awkward, troubling circumstances that her life is throwing at her? The Anderson’s family situation gets more drama filled as it’s revealed that Mr. Anderson indeed didn’t abort the baby that he had with his former mistress. Aaliyah’s half-sister Faith already looks up to and adores her but how long will her admiration of Aaliyah last as the truth about their father becomes apparent to the world? Does Aaliyah have the strength inside of her to break the news to Faith herself?The Clarkson Student Body Elections rolls on and things get even more tense between Aaliyah and her #1 hater Latasha Smith. Major personal shots are fired Aaliyah’s direction. Damon, who hosts a wildly popular morning radio show on Howard-Jones High Schools’s student run radio station WHJHS 90.5, suggests that Aaliyah lets him interview her to help clear the air. However, she refuses, wanting to win the election without her big brother’s help. As Aaliyah tries to keep things fair, classy and professional, she slowly loses the support of her 8th grade classmates. Will Aaliyah’s ego and mature campaign get more support from her peers as Election Day inches closer and closer or will she have to stoop as low as Latasha has gone to get an advantage?Aaliyah’s school and personal life is hard enough to bare but Willowsfield becomes increasingly more violent and volatile to round out the year. A Facebook argument over the authenticity of respective hoods and gangs spills over into the streets, Allison once again has a run in with her eighteen-year old stalker and Jakiyah’s hunt for the girls that jumped on yields major consequences. Will Aaliyah be able to keep her sanity going into the new year?The Diary Of Aaliyah Anderson: Volume II continues the accurate depiction of teen life that hasn’t been seen in the Young Adult Genre to date. Follow Aaliyah as she documents her journey to womanhood and success in a story that’s uniquely her own.