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Lucy Stands on Her Principal

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2012

    Great Portrait of Teacher

    The author paints a clear and concise portrait of a young teacher's life. Matched with a mystery of the principal's murder, the storyline engages and entertains in a humorous manner. The plot includes surprise twists skillfully written. Highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    Unexpected

    I had a hard time liking the individuals in this book. They were all so wonderfully horrible and crass. What can I say? It was they were wrote. Even the main character, had more attitude and problems then NY has bedbugs. This book did not start getting really good until about page 300. When the old battle axe of a school superintendent, got less then she deserved and suffered a fast death. If I had been her murderer, I would have tortured her for a good, long time first, then have given her a nice prolonged death. Covering her with honey, and stretching her out on a red velvet ant mound would suffice nicely. Then there was David and Nardo, creatures like these give man a bad reputation. I think think the author should have bumped them off also. I can imagine so many evil things to do to them. This book is sarcastic, witty and shows a delightful irreverance to the less then nice people of this world. No excuses were made for them. I loved it. I loved the indiscriminate people bashing and odd ball murder weapon. Refreshing. Almost 700 pages of teachers gone bad. Rated an A for plot and silliness. I would have given it an A+, except for some convoluted sentence structure and missing or added words. This book is for mature readers due to sexual content.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2012

    Loved it!!

    Really enjoyed this book Lucy is a trip. I laughed alot reading this book. I am getting ready to read Book 2....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    Great free book!

    Over all, the writing is good, with a consistent and readable style, the story is interesting and not completely predictable, and the characters are dimensional. It starts off a little slow, but once it gets going, the plot line pulls you in. There is a lot of sarcasm in the main character's narration, which sometimes doesn't translate well in writing, but it grew on me. The ending was almost a little too abrupt, but most of the ends were tied up nicely. I really enjoyed this one, especially as a free book!

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    Posted October 2, 2012

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