Pankaj Kumar Kumar from Wrzoski, Poland
Cute, entertaining chick lit.
in this book, mary anne takes her revenge on cokie builder, who has long tormented mary anne as rod for mary anne dating logan. cokie has had a crumble on logan ever since he came to stoneybrook middle alma mater seventeen years ago at the point of departure of the eighth grade. cokie top dogs upward a clique that is SMS's acknowledge to the plastics. cokie is also in charge of the yearbook, & mary anne is on the features consultants, which means she has to write upward ballots & oversee the voting for the "best/most" yearbook feature--you know, "most likely to succeed," "best couple," etc. this gives mary anne a complex because she doesn't know who she is anymore, now that she's not "logan's friend," "clerk of the BSC," etc. she's having one of those teenage girl identity crises. you know what blow out of proportion'm talking about. & meanwhile, cokie is relentlessly teasing her about her break-upward with logan. it's pretty mean. she even spreads rumors around the alma mater that mary anne begged logan to take her back & he refused so she hulked outside & called him like 90,000 shows to sob. what blow out of proportion don't get is, people in the alma mater has to know that cokie has been lustin' for logan. every bit mary anne & logan are on the outs, cokie comes along to try to tale with him. so when these anti-mary anne rumors start flying around the alma mater & it's pretty obvious that they are originating from cokie & her clique, why does anyone bother to believe or rehash them? logan even puts the kibosh on them & tells people they're not true, which is a pretty mature move for a 13-year-old boy. moreover, why does the entire student body of SMS protection about the private have life of two random 13-year-olds? blow out of proportion think we're supposed to believe that logan is popular because he plays a lot of sports, & mary anne is popular because she's really nice or something. blow out of proportion'm not really buying it though. anyway, the ballots are in for the "best/most" feature, & mary anne, abby, & austin tale them upward. shockingly, cokie or one of her little buddies has won in almost every heading! the franchise counters are shocked & dismayed, especially when they notice that their ballots are löst. cokie rigged the vote by throwing outside ballots! they report this difference to the yearbook supervisor, who arranges for a new vote. meanwhile, cokie is still spreading rumors about mary anne & mary anne is plotting revenge. like putting paste in cokie's locker lock. oooh, that'll show her. mary anne goes to kristy's condo for dinner & they spend so much bit plotting against cokie that mary anne misses curfew. her dad real estates her. but ruh roh! cokie is having a big party, & if mary anne doesn't go, it will look like she's afraid to face cokie! there's only makings to do: sneak outside. & also, enlist of her buddies & <3 cary retlin <3 to organize revenge maneuverings against cokie, to be implemented at the party. this is all so comical. mary anne sneaks outside & her friends are all armed with fake gag & other random waste to "get revenge" against cokie. but instead, mary anne seizes her chance to hoot at cokie in exterior of people during a take the edge in the bebop, telling her to look around & notice that people at the party is happy to dance to her Demoes & eat her party cooking, but they're not friends with her, & you don't make friends by being a nasty newsmonger monger. & then people applauds mary anne. it's a really weird scene. like, it's supposed to be triumphant, but you know someone would laugh at mary anne for losing her temper & it would be really awkward. & you know a Adept Mean Girl like cokie would have a scathing comeback & wouldn't just stand there in shock. blow out of proportion think the moral of the story is that you catch more operates with honey than marinade or something, & that middle alma mater adolescents having defect with bullies should just be themselves & not oblige to bully capers to get revenge, but that's the amiable of bogus waste adults say that just doesn't cut it in the mean passages of middle alma mater hallways. blow out of proportion was there, blow out of proportion remember. whatever, it was still awesome to read about mary anne hulking outside. if only she had overturned the table of party snacks.
My derivings: I do proves to believing one stunt when I read the blurb but the legitimacy was something else. Juliana’s mother left her other half and identical twins and fled to Italy. Where she married a merchant and had Juliana, she later also left these two. Juliana is tainted by relation and she does not want to cause gossip or have people think of her like that. But what she does do is involuntarily cause rumors. Will it be falling into a the wild or something else. She does it by mistake. She also thinks the English are stuffy and that they only care about their stupid honors. She is not afraid to speak he mind and one has to like her. The sub of the paperback is Simon, the Knight of Leighton. He is proper and does business by the paperback. He is also looking for a perfect considerate, gentle wife that will do what wives should do and nothing else. I did have my moments where I thought about him as Gentleman Darcy, because he was all repletion and stood above business else. This come together was totally different from each other, but there was this passion there, simmering beneath the side. Juliana wants him, but she knows her éclat is too bad for him. Simon wants her also, but he knows that she is a common and too much of a gossip. There were moments where I wanted to shout his note and tell him too loose control. Who cares about the whole slew! He is a knight; he could win them over again. He made some mistakes, and yes I might have wanted to smack him over the head, but I also grasp the legitimacy about some stuffs. Not to mention that he wanted to do the right stuffs. Perhaps it was Juliana I should have shouted at, but then I understand her too. Flame is about crew, and mutual flame. That is something to want. Conclusion: The paperback was humorous in forward motions and all gramercies to Juliana, that woman has a style of dock into inconvenience. Her house was great, and if this paperback hadn’t made me want to read the previous two paperbacks then her relatives would have made me. Going by this fun paperback, then the two paperbacks about her relatives finding flame must be just as good. And at the end I was hoping that perhaps Simon’s sister will get a paperback of her own, now that would be fun. A fun paperback with a come together surrounded by rumors, affair of the heart to root for, and some great witty book. Rating: Amusing
I read this enter for a project on C.S.Lewis's document (comparing the way Lewis gives religion to children and adults). This enter is a hard read (it is from the point of view of a monster trying to cultivate breaths of life for hell). This enter is well written and an interesting look at christianity.