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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    This is a must.

    I loved this book so much, I couldnt put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2013

    this was a fun read, made me smile and even got a few out-loud c

    this was a fun read, made me smile and even got a few out-loud chuckles.  at the end I was whining "I want to know what happens next!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2013

    This book is HILARIOUS!  Whether you are 20 years past Holly Kim

    This book is HILARIOUS!  Whether you are 20 years past Holly Kim's life or right there with her in the first year of high school, it pulls you right into the woes and wahoos of Freshman life!  Maurene Goo captures the true essence of what it takes to dance through the halls of popularity, love, friendship, family, and gumption!  And Holly!, well Holly is an inspiration to all the quiet ones, a compatriot to all the loud ones, and a gem to the fictional human race! Go, Goo!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2013

    Such a great, fun summer read. What I really love is that the pr

    Such a great, fun summer read. What I really love is that the protagonist is relatable--which is seemingly harder and harder to find in YA. Holly, the main character, doesn't have any superpowers, she doesn't come from a picture-perfect family, and she isn't the most popular girl in school. It's so refreshing that she has a point of view on high school crap (yep, she's over it) and is smart and insightful. When she gets a platform to rant publicly (in the form of a column in her school paper), you have to root for her. The book has a lot of hilarious moments, especially with Holly's family, and it'll make you miss being a teenager AND also grateful that those years are over. The ending may leave you wanting a little more closure but to me that says ... a sequel may be in the cards for Goo and Holly? Hope so!

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