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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Amazing book about plastic surgery

This is a great book dealing with the rise of teenagers going under the knife to have plastic surgery done at such young ages. Cameron is really just a lot like many teenagers who are very affected by looks and how we are perceived. What I like is that even after she...
This is a great book dealing with the rise of teenagers going under the knife to have plastic surgery done at such young ages. Cameron is really just a lot like many teenagers who are very affected by looks and how we are perceived. What I like is that even after she has her breasts augmented, she still does not feel the way she imagined in her mind she would be post surgery. Her younger sister Allie is the girl I liked the most. She is very sporty and very driven to be a great soccer player and do something with her life. She's the polar opposite of Cameron and even though she goes into the same doctors office, she has a lot more going on and does not feel the change is what she needs. Allie proves to girls out there that even though the idea of change might be strong...deep down you have to believe in yourself and you can not let the flaw affect you, but transform you internally.

posted by DanceBree17 on October 13, 2011

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Liv's Book Reviews

This book was rather boring. It had a good storyline and a good underlying message, but there wasn't enough meat in it to make a mark. I think the one thing that I liked about it was that it covered a topic I've never read about before. Plastic surgery is pretty...
This book was rather boring. It had a good storyline and a good underlying message, but there wasn't enough meat in it to make a mark. I think the one thing that I liked about it was that it covered a topic I've never read about before. Plastic surgery is pretty controversial and I appreciated how the author didn't take a certain side on it. She showed how Cameron was happy with the perks surgery gave her and how her sister wasn't. I was expecting there to be a prominent pro or con attitude, but there wasn't. The book illustrated both sides of the argument and in the end let you choose for yourself where you stand. I also liked how Cameron and Allie grew throughout the story Cameron through her photography, and Allie through discovering who she wanted to be. It's nice to see characters that change and evolve. Even with all those good aspects, though, I wasn't satisfied. There were no enormous twists you were able to predict almost everything that happened, and there wasn't anything there that would make me want to keep reading besides to say that I finished the book. The pages didn't turn by themselves, and there was no true insentive to keep reading. Fix is a good book to read if you're looking for fresh subject material but not if your looking for something that's going to impact you. Although, given the topic, it could be that kind of book, it's not. Which is slightly disappointing to me. There was so much potential from working with new subject matter, and this book just didn't pull it off. Read it for something new and interesting, though. Maybe we can look forward to better books on the same topic later on.

posted by Anonymous on August 22, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2008

    Liv's Book Reviews

    This book was rather boring. It had a good storyline and a good underlying message, but there wasn't enough meat in it to make a mark. I think the one thing that I liked about it was that it covered a topic I've never read about before. Plastic surgery is pretty controversial and I appreciated how the author didn't take a certain side on it. She showed how Cameron was happy with the perks surgery gave her and how her sister wasn't. I was expecting there to be a prominent pro or con attitude, but there wasn't. The book illustrated both sides of the argument and in the end let you choose for yourself where you stand. I also liked how Cameron and Allie grew throughout the story Cameron through her photography, and Allie through discovering who she wanted to be. It's nice to see characters that change and evolve. Even with all those good aspects, though, I wasn't satisfied. There were no enormous twists you were able to predict almost everything that happened, and there wasn't anything there that would make me want to keep reading besides to say that I finished the book. The pages didn't turn by themselves, and there was no true insentive to keep reading. Fix is a good book to read if you're looking for fresh subject material but not if your looking for something that's going to impact you. Although, given the topic, it could be that kind of book, it's not. Which is slightly disappointing to me. There was so much potential from working with new subject matter, and this book just didn't pull it off. Read it for something new and interesting, though. Maybe we can look forward to better books on the same topic later on.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2007

    It was okay.

    It was ok. It was not the best book. I didn't understand the meaning. It hooked me, but at the end i asked myself:'Why did I read this?' It was one of the worst book i have ever read.

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