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Deep Down Popular

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

14 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Deep Down Popular by Phoebe Stone

Exciting, surprising story

Jessie Lou Ferguson thinks she is a "nobody," a tomboy, falling for the cutest, most popular boy in school, Conrad Parker Smith. The soccer star, Conrad, breaks his leg one day while playing at school. Jessie Lou is then told to take Conra...
Exciting, surprising story

Jessie Lou Ferguson thinks she is a "nobody," a tomboy, falling for the cutest, most popular boy in school, Conrad Parker Smith. The soccer star, Conrad, breaks his leg one day while playing at school. Jessie Lou is then told to take Conrad's bicycle to his house. Conrad's old friends forget about him and ignore him. Jessie Lou and Conrad walk home together day after day. But will someone as truly deep down popular as Conrad really fall in love with a "nobody," or will heartbreak and tragedy soon meet with Jessie Lou?

I liked this book because as a pre-teen, lots of the everyday events relate to the ones in Deep Down Popular. After the first chapter, I became attached to this book. Many of the events in this book made put me in awe, and some made me proud, while some confused me. Although, at the end, a big turnaround in the story happened, which made me happy.

I think that many "gossip loving," "social" pre-teens should read this book, because I, for a fact, loved it.

posted by Johnny-Morris on February 25, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Well............

Okay, so, this book was good i guess. It was very confusing though i mean, i read half the book thinking it was based in like the 60s. Maybe i was just being stupid, but i mean, that was really annoying. Over all, it was okay. I mean, I'm like the main character. Everyo...
Okay, so, this book was good i guess. It was very confusing though i mean, i read half the book thinking it was based in like the 60s. Maybe i was just being stupid, but i mean, that was really annoying. Over all, it was okay. I mean, I'm like the main character. Everyone knows who are, but nobody pays any mind.
I thought the characters were brilliant, but parts of the book were just annoying. I would recomend reading it, just don't expect to much.

posted by 4everBrilliant on April 17, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2009

    DIDNT LIKE.

    umm, how do i say this... I read a lot of this book and i hated the part i read and didn't bother to read more. I gave it to my friend to see if it was just me that didn't like it but it was the same with her and she didnt even bother reading the whole thing. The book is pretty boring and would have been better if it would explain her childhood for about 4 chapters then show her allgrowup and she meets the boy she liked when she was little... etc. But noooo, it was just her as a kid the whole time and it wasn't interesting :/

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2009

    Horrible Book

    This book is extremely boring. I started reading it and couldn't get passed the first few pages. Its told in a weird "first person point of view" thing, which i find EXTREMELY annoying. The author needs to practice writing a little. I mean, I can write better books than that. Seriously, im writing a book and my friends think its really interesting. Though, deep down popular is HORRIBLE! if there was a way 2 give it zero stars, I would do that!

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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