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  • Posted August 23, 2012

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    One thing I can say about this book is that, I LOVE the cover. I

    One thing I can say about this book is that, I LOVE the cover. Its
    extremely adorable, and at the bag of the book, you can see the same
    pictures, but the guy's face is scribbled on with a pink pen. CUTE!
    haha! Anyways, the main protagonist, Max, helps girls all over NYC to
    "get over" their ex boyfriends. Max finished her school, and
    is taking a one year break. In that period of time, she has established
    Ex, Inc. Along with her best friend Zach, and her other friend, Phoebe.
    Ex, Inc. has a sufficient program to help girls to actually get over
    their ex-boyfriends, and not just cry and sob all day long for being
    dumped. This is the first time I read a book like that, and I find it
    extremely cute and funny. The writing is different than most books. It's
    from third person point of view, which I actually found it to be a bit
    weird in the beginning, but I eventually got used to it. Max is a very
    interesting character. I really loved the "girl-power" she
    seemed to take everywhere with her, and how she tries to make other
    girls have it as well. In this book, Max takes on a new client names
    Bridgit. After her boyfriend, Taylor, broke up with her, she becomes
    miserable. Max comes to the rescue with some chocolate, coffee, and a
    set of new rules. I''m going to say it was very interesting to see Max's
    strategies of getting Bridgit over her boyfriend, and it was very fun as
    well! Though, when Max see's her ex-boyfriend Hugo, she still doesn't
    seem to over him yet. Things get messy, because there's this other boy,
    Ben. I don't want to say much or spoil anything, but serious stuff
    happen. Overall, I loved everything about this book. Yes, the beginning
    might have been a tad boring, and there were some parts where I was
    confused about what was happening, but it was still great! I really
    wanted to read a funny, cute, contemporary novel, and I'm glad
    "Over You" had all three. I really recommend this book to all
    girls out there just looking for a fun read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2012

    I freakin love teen vogue


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