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Be more chill book review by Demetrius B

I have decided to write a review about the book Be more chill by Ned Vizzini. The book was very interesting and I liked it. The book is about an average high school kid named Jeremy who wants to be popular and the center of attention for girls. He finds a pill called a ...
I have decided to write a review about the book Be more chill by Ned Vizzini. The book was very interesting and I liked it. The book is about an average high school kid named Jeremy who wants to be popular and the center of attention for girls. He finds a pill called a squip that is a microcomputer that gives him advice on how to be cool and be popular. Jeremy then tries to get the squip by stealing things from his family and scrapes up money to get this squip. Jeremy also has someone in particular he wants to impress, Christine, his dream girl. When Jeremy gets the squip his whole life changes. He starts acting different, talking different, and dressing different. He starts hanging out with popular girls and now has a reputation. Jeremy then starts ditching class smoking marijuana and hooking up with girls. His parents start to realize how different he is acting, but they don't know the half of it. Everybody starts to befriend him, even the ones who bullied him before he had the squip. Jeremy goes to a party and starts flirting with a girl named Chloe, but she has a boyfriend. Chloe's boyfriend finds them in a laundry room making out, and he tries to fight Jeremy, and Jeremy runs away. Jeremy then finds his friends and fled the party with his mom's car almost getting into an accident with a fire truck. After dropping off everybody home, Jeremy forgot to put the car in park and the car almost went down the road, because he was so high on ecstasy. The next day, Jeremy went passed the house where he attended the party and saw a fire truck putting out a fire where the party was. Jeremy thinks its his friend Rich who set the fire to the house because he is known to do things like that. Later on, his mother finds out that he took her car to go to the party, and Jeremy confesses that he did take the car, and that he had had a computer squip inside of him that tells him what to do, and they thought he was going mad. His parents took him to the doctor because of what he said and they thought he was losing his mind. When Jeremy finally went to school, he noticed everyone wearing black in respect for the victims who was hurt in the fire at the party. After everything went back to normal, Jeremy went back to his normal routines which included participating in his school play. At the school play Jeremy's squip told him to confess to his dream girl Christine about how much he likes her. He managed to get enough courage and approached Christine, but she did not like him in the same way. That was the day the computer squip turned itself off in Jeremy's body. Jeremy also lost his popularity status and was kicked off the school play, and his friend Michael turned against him by telling Christine about the computer squip. Jeremy learns that being popular is not easy. I will give you two reasons in my opinion why everyone should read this book. The first reason in my opinion everyone should read this book is that teenagers especially can relate. This book takes place in a high school setting similar to the shows like The hard times of RJ Berger. This show deals with similar problems teenagers have who are not as popular and are trying to fit in. In the show The hard times of RJ Berger the main character has to go through school being bullied and unpopular, until he finds something inside of him to stand up for himself and take a stand. The character in this show also likes a girl and has a hard time getting her attention. When

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3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

advance disappointment for be more chill

first of all i hate how all the characters talked like 'bwer-her-her' or 'Mmmmrr, yuh' what does that mean? we don't talk like that.It is a horriable beginning epscailly when the teacher was taking attendence it was very hard to understand and no offense but i know no o...
first of all i hate how all the characters talked like 'bwer-her-her' or 'Mmmmrr, yuh' what does that mean? we don't talk like that.It is a horriable beginning epscailly when the teacher was taking attendence it was very hard to understand and no offense but i know no one who keeps a sheet of paper and writes down how many times he/she is being mortified.I feel like I'm in a girl's mind not a boy!! Can't these characters speak normal! maybe you should revaluate yourself if your going to make another teen book

posted by Anonymous on June 28, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2010

    entertaining, short book

    I usually am not an avid reader but when my little sister brought this book home from school I was interested, the title especially caught my attention. I started reading the first couple pages to test it out and after a while found me through the first few chapters. The book is very relatable and doesn't hold back on iffy topics such as drugs and masturbation. I finished the book in about two days and the chapters are quick and short which just makes you want to keep on reading, and reading, and reading. Overall pretty entertaining, it's like a reality show on tv when you have nothing better to do but it's entertaining for the moment, but ultimately forgettable. Also I felt it ended pretty quickly and the end although not bad was not as clever as I (or the author) would've liked.

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