Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn [NOOK Book]

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What if you could see inside the head of the guy you love?  Know his every thought?  Feel his every dream and fantasy?  The mystery girl who's Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn can. She tells us the intoxicating story of her beloved Gideon, an adorably clueless boy who flukes his way into New England's fanciest prep school.
 
Gideon's naïve compared to the wolves at Midvale Academy, especially Cullen and Nicholas, his ...
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Overview


What if you could see inside the head of the guy you love?  Know his every thought?  Feel his every dream and fantasy?  The mystery girl who's Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn can. She tells us the intoxicating story of her beloved Gideon, an adorably clueless boy who flukes his way into New England's fanciest prep school.
 
Gideon's naïve compared to the wolves at Midvale Academy, especially Cullen and Nicholas, his charming, morally ambiguous roommates.  They welcome Gid by trashing his music and betting big on when he'll lose his virginity. Will he lose it with the cute and feisty Molly McGarry? Or Pilar Benitez-Jones, the most beautiful girl Gid's ever seen? Gid actually likes Molly and hooking up with her might be possible. But winning Pilar would be legendary. Gid is torn--he wants to prove himself to his roommates, but he also wants love.
 
Through it all there is one hysterically funny girl sharing every thought in Gid's conflicted little mind. But who is she?

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
This amusing novel, with a kind of Being John Malkovich premise, introduces a guy who "isn't stereotypically crushworthy" as he starts at an exclusive prep school. But the book has a unique twist: Gideon's thoughts and actions are related by a girl at the school who is somehow able to get inside his head. She knows what he's doing and "what he wishes he were doing, what he thinks he should be doing, and what he would wish he were doing if he were just a slightly better person." Through her narration, readers observe Gid as he meets his two popular roommates, who make him the center of a bet: Can he have sex by the end of October with a nice, pretty classmate named Molly? Along with some outrageous antics, readers gain insight into Gid's kind, often insecure character. They will also find plenty to ponder in terms of guy friendships and dating dynamics (Gid's womanizing roommate Cullen advises him that the way to make a girl like him is to pay attention to the way she wants to be seen; he even draws Gid a chart so he can record facts about Molly). Though the narrator remains a mystery for most of the book, readers will not be too surprised when her identity is finally revealed; still, the conclusion is wholly satisfying. Readers will have a good time living inside Gid's head as he slowly becomes more confident-and goes a little wild along the way. Ages 12-up. (May) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
VOYA
This uninspired novel recounts sixteen-year-old Gideon's first semester at the posh Midvale Academy. Average looking, insecure, and unworldly, Gideon rooms with rich, good-looking, self-indulgent, girl-magnets Cullen and Nicholas. Immediately his roommates introduce him to the pleasures of pot and alcohol. To alleviate the boredom of the semester, Cullen and Nicholas make a bet that by Halloween Gideon will have had sex with the down-to-earth, self-confident outsider, Molly, from Buffalo. Gideon readily agrees, as having a sex life is one of his major goals at Midvale. Midvale's female population is described generally as gorgeous and well dressed. The remainder of the book outlines in dreary detail Gideon's exploits, from his total crush on the exquisite, South American beauty, Pilar, to the various parties he goes to, his innumerable alcoholic and drug-induced thoughts and actions, and his close encounters with sex and the outcome of the bet. Narrated by a Midvale coed who inexplicably finds herself inside Gideon's head, seeing what he sees and sharing his thoughts, this book takes an interesting and potentially humorous concept and falls flat. The writing is colorless and uninspired. The action is mundane. The characters, although possibly realistic, do not endear themselves to the reader in any way. Appearing to model itself somewhat after the rich kids of Gossip Girls series, this book falls far short. Teen collections should not bother. VOYA CODES: 2Q 3P S A/YA (Better editing or work by the author might have warranted a 3Q; Will appeal with pushing; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12; Adult-marketed book recommended for Young Adults). 2006, St. Martin's, 304p., Ages 15 toAdult.
—Ed Goldberg
Library Journal
Teenage angst has never been so appealing. First-time novelist Miller has written a funny and penetrating story about students at a New England prep school. In a unique twist, the narrator, a female classmate of new student Gideon Rayburn, is inside his mind and privy to his thoughts and feelings. While narrating events through Gideon's perspective, she interjects her own comments with biting humor and insight. The plot centers on a bet between Gideon's two roommates over whether or not Gideon will lose his virginity by Halloween. As shallow as this sounds, the book has depth and charm and is populated with amusing characters: beautiful Pilar, who wears white outfits but doesn't want anyone to know she got the idea from J. Lo; Nicholas, who is something of an ascetic except when it comes to smoking pot; Molly, a "stealth babe" whose intelligence and confidence are refreshing in this high-school setting; and Gideon himself, honest and likable in his struggles with self-esteem. Miller's humor is sophisticated, and her character portrayal is rich and discerning; an enjoyable read for adults and YAs alike. Recommended for public libraries.-Joy Humphrey, Pepperdine Univ. Law Lib., Malibu, CA Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
School Library Journal
Gr 9 Up-This book is earthy and crude, but intensely honest. A nameless girl at Midvale Academy suddenly and inexplicably finds herself inside the head of 15-year-old Gideon, a new student at the Connecticut prep school. Hearing his thoughts gives her a unique understanding of how the mind of an intelligent but hormone-ruled boy works. Gid's wealthy, handsome, and popular roommates, Cullen and Nicholas, attempt to help him adjust, pointing out the hottest girls. Recognizing that he is limited in his coolness factor, they pick a girl who's not the top of the heap and bet on whether Gideon will be able to have sex with her before Halloween. The "lucky" girl is Molly McGarry. It's a shame, Gideon thinks, because although she is cute and smart, she's not his first pick; he's set his sights on beautiful, oozing-with-sexuality Pilar Benitez-Jones, who has indicated that she'll take him on, any time, any place. But a bet's a bet, and Gideon is excited about fulfilling the terms since he's still a virgin. The conceit sometimes makes it difficult to tell who's actually thinking, Gid or the girl, but if readers can get past this issue, the story works on many levels. There's a tremendous amount of pot smoking, drinking, and sneaking out at night, making the story most appropriate for older teens. The humor, well-developed characters, and fast-moving plot make the book deserving of shelf space, and teens will enjoy figuring out the identity of the narrator, who is revealed at the end.-Susan Riley, Mount Kisco Public Library, NY Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
On his first day at an elite New England boarding school, Gideon Rayburn doesn't know about the mysterious female visitor inexplicably tucked inside his head listening to and commenting on his most intimate thoughts ranging from cafeteria food to losing his virginity. So through an often confusing jumble of Gideon's own thoughts and the quasi-omnipotent female's observations, readers watch from two vantage points as Gideon shakes off his working-class roots and tries to fit in with his wealthy and generally vapid classmates. Attempting to assimilate, Gideon bets his roommates that he will bed his classmate Molly McGarry. Unsurprisingly, Gideon falls for Molly and faces a moral conflict, which he solves in a way that slightly and possibly unrealistically panders to a female audience. A typical prep-school tale complete with excess, drugs and sex, but with a failed twist that is frequently awkward and quickly grows predictable. (Fiction. YA)
From the Publisher
"[An] amusing novel…[with] a unique twist…Readers will have a good time living inside Gid's head as he slowly becomes more confident—and goes a little wild along the way."

-Publishers Weekly

"Smart, funny, sexy and totally true, reading Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn is like getting access to a club you've always wondered about...and then you're inside and it's better than you imagined it ever could be. And everyone is wearing the cutest yellow thongs!"

-Zoey Dean, author of the New York Times bestselling A-List series

"Being inside Gideon's mind is like reading the personal diary of a guy you have a huge crush on and discovering that he's funny, sexy, wise, and more human than you ever imagined."

-Cecily von Ziegesar, author of the New York Times bestselling Gossip Girl series

"Teenage angst has never been so appealing. First-time novelist Sarah Miller has written a funny and penetrating story….[her] humor is sophisticated, and her character portrayal is rich and discerning."

-Library Journal

"The humor, well-developed characters, and fast-moving plot make the book deserving of shelf-space, and teens will enjoy figuring out the identity of the narrator, who is revealed at the end."

-School Library Journal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429932431
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 5/2/2006
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 950,633
  • Age range: 13 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 1.06 (d)
  • File size: 312 KB

Meet the Author


Sarah Miller is the author of young adult novels including The Other Girl. She grew up in western Massachusetts and graduated from Amherst College. She has written for magazines including Details, Men's Health, Glamour, Mademoiselle, TV Guide and Philadelphia Weekly. She lives in Nevada City, California.
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Chapter One Who am I?

Like most girls, I want a lot. Fame and fortune. Equal rights. Shoes no one else has. But I'd trade all that in for the Perfect Guy. (Don't tell me there's something wrong with that. I dare you to name a single person who doesn't spend most of her time thinking about love.) Anyway, ever since I could think, I have been imagining and reimagining the exact sort of boy I want to love and would love me back. Basically, I imagine someone who has all the good attributes of the male species and whose bad ones wouldn't ruin my life.

I never thought it would be a guy like Gideon Rayburn. He's not gorgeous, not overwhelmingly brilliant, not all that great at sports. Jesus. Why am I bothering to explain to you why the guy isn't stereotypically crushworthy? Trust me, you'll see for yourself soon enough.

The point is he's so not the kind of guy I ever thought I would fall for. But then again, how would I have guessed that I'd be seeing what goes on inside his head? That my eyes and thoughts would go with him everywhere? When you know someone this great this well, it's kind of impossible not to fall in love with him. And when I say I know him well, understand: As I tell you his story, as it happens, I not only know what he's doing, I know what he wishes he were doing, what he thinks he should be doing, and what he would wish he were doing if he were just a slightly better person. (Don't get me wrong, I said he was great and he is. But he's a boy. He's fifteen. And he's a typical American kid from the suburbs. My point: He's got a lot working for and against him.)

By the way, Gideon has no idea I'm inside his head. Guys are cute, but they're not very observant.

My feelings, though perhaps passionate for someone of my age and experience, are pretty normal. But my situation---that is unique, and that's what puts me in a position to tell you everything. I mean it. Everything you've ever wondered about what guys think (and feared about what they want), I'm going to tell you. You are going to learn what boys say when girls are not in the room and how they feel when they're on top of one. I will, for now, leave out one very crucial thing: who I am. I'm in this story too, and not just inside Gid's head. But there are a lot of girls---and women---in this story. Which one am I?

Copyright © 2006 by Sarah Miller and Alloy Entertainment
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First Chapter

Chapter One Who am I?

Like most girls, I want a lot. Fame and fortune. Equal rights. Shoes no one else has. But I'd trade all that in for the Perfect Guy. (Don't tell me there's something wrong with that. I dare you to name a single person who doesn't spend most of her time thinking about love.) Anyway, ever since I could think, I have been imagining and reimagining the exact sort of boy I want to love and would love me back. Basically, I imagine someone who has all the good attributes of the male species and whose bad ones wouldn't ruin my life.

I never thought it would be a guy like Gideon Rayburn. He's not gorgeous, not overwhelmingly brilliant, not all that great at sports. Jesus. Why am I bothering to explain to you why the guy isn't stereotypically crushworthy? Trust me, you'll see for yourself soon enough.

The point is he's so not the kind of guy I ever thought I would fall for. But then again, how would I have guessed that I'd be seeing what goes on inside his head? That my eyes and thoughts would go with him everywhere? When you know someone this great this well, it's kind of impossible not to fall in love with him. And when I say I know him well, understand: As I tell you his story, as it happens, I not only know what he's doing, I know what he wishes he were doing, what he thinks he should be doing, and what he would wish he were doing if he were just a slightly better person. (Don't get me wrong, I said he was great and he is. But he's a boy. He's fifteen. And he's a typical American kid from the suburbs. My point: He's got a lot working for and against him.)

By the way, Gideon has no idea I'm inside his head. Guys are cute, butthey're not very observant.

My feelings, though perhaps passionate for someone of my age and experience, are pretty normal. But my situation--that is unique, and that's what puts me in a position to tell you everything. I mean it. Everything you've ever wondered about what guys think (and feared about what they want), I'm going to tell you. You are going to learn what boys say when girls are not in the room and how they feel when they're on top of one. I will, for now, leave out one very crucial thing: who I am. I'm in this story too, and not just inside Gid's head. But there are a lot of girls--and women--in this story. Which one am I?

Copyright © 2006 by Sarah Miller
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    Really cute

    Love this book.

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  • Posted June 23, 2011

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    Very Enjoyable

    I have to say that the idea for this book is really interesting to me. The entire story is written from the viewpoint of a teenage girl stuck in the mind of a cute new boy to a private boarding school. Along the way we meet his roommates Nicholas and Cullen and being typical teenage boys they devise a bet with Gideon on when he will loose his virginity. The dialog is funny because the girl also interjects her review on how events unfold and we see Gideon change from a shy quiet boy to someone very confident and ready to face the world and other girls.
    The ending is one that I was not expecting. You expect that he will win the bet and that his virginity will fall by the wayside, but we also find out who the mystery girl is and in a one line space of time, the story ceases to be from inside his head, to being back in first person.
    I thought it was very enjoyable and I found myself laughing at a few points in the book. Some of the situations are very funny, but very touching at times as well. Gideon is a very likable person, and the girl that he falls for in the end is not just some conquest, but someone he truly loves and that is a nice thing to see.
    There is a second book in the series, "The Other Girl" and I look forward to getting to read that.

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

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    Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn

    This book was okay. It's an interesting concept, the girl who is in love with Gideon Rayburn is somehow inside his head and can hear his every thought. You're not supposed to know who is inside his head but I sort of knew pretty much at the beginning of the book. Although there is sex involved, it's not too raunchy. The characters are likeable enough and it ended sweetly but It's not really on my list of favorites.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2009

    It was okay...

    When I first picked up the book, i thought it would be a really good book. Turns out it wasn't really. Right from the beginning, i guessed right off who the person was and i was right. In many parts of the book, it got boring. To me, it wasn't a complete waste of time to read but it was not a book that i will remember in a year.

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  • Posted October 28, 2008

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    Reviewed by Amanda Dissinger for TeensReadToo.com

    Ever wondered what exactly is going on in the mind of a teenage boy? Then INSIDE THE MIND OF GIDEON RAYBURN by Sarah Miller is the perfect book for you. <BR/><BR/>This is a captivating story about a girl at a prep school in Massachusetts who suddenly finds herself experiencing all of the thoughts, feelings, and sights of Gideon Rayburn, a new student at the school. She faces all of the problems Gid faces, from the embarrassing to the sweet to the sexual to the anxious. <BR/><BR/>Then Gid's roommates, the popular and handsome Cullen and Nicholas, make a bet to see if Gideon can actually achieve his manhood by sleeping with a girl by Halloween. The girl is Molly McGarry, who's cute and funny, but not who Gid really wants. His ultimate desire is in the form of Pilar Benitez-Jones: very beautiful and very confident. As Gid tries to decide which girl is right for him, the reader gets to take a trip through his mind, and see how a real, live, hormone-charged 15-year-old boy really thinks. <BR/><BR/>INSIDE THE MIND OF GIDEON RAYBURN has an intriguing premise, and is very entertaining and hilarious. It takes a very creative idea, a story from the viewpoint of a girl inside a guy's mind, and makes it believable and worthwhile. Readers will enjoy guessing exactly who and what is inside the mind of Gideon Rayburn, while going on a quick, witty journey of thinking like a boy, if only for a few hours.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2008

    inside the mind of gideon rayburn

    The main conflict in this story is will Gid ever lose his virginity? It all starts when he goes to a New England prep school and has to share a room with 2 of the schools most popular guys, Cullen and Nicholas. When they find out that Gid is still a virgin they make a bet about when he is going to lose it, and with whom. The final rules of the bet are: he has to sleep with a girl named Molly McGarrie by Halloween. If he does Nicholas will give Gid his mother¿s car, since she never leaves Manhattan, but if he doesn't he won¿t get anything. While Gid is trying to finish homework, study for tests, and win the bet he has no idea that someone, a girl, is inside his mind and reading his every thought. She doesn't know how she got there or how to get out, but the girl inside Gideon Rayburns mind can see and hear everything Gid does and she knows things about him that he doesn't even know about himself. And what happens when she starts to fall in love with him? It is a very compelling story with a surprise ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2007

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    This was a good book. It was very well crafted. I like how you didn't know who the narrator was until the very end, but then it was kind of predictable. But a great book none the less

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2007

    A reviewer

    I had such high expectations for this book, and was thrilled when it came in paperback. The beginning was great, and it had the right flow, but starting between the last two quarters of the book is when the storyline began to stagger. My visions of all the characters were ruined. The characters's personalities actually started to change throughout the book. The end was just flat out terrible. For one, I just hate Molly McGarry, period. I don't want to give anything away, but the end of the book just left me disappointed. Building up all that suspense for nothing. It actually left me a little depressed. Sarah Miller has a great writing style, but does not know how to conclude a great story. Recommended, but as you near your end, don't expect the conclusion to do the whole book justice.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2007

    This book is not all that

    this book had it's moments, but I honestly just read the book just to read it. at times this book was boring and it was kinda hard to follow the plot lines. If you really want to read this book, I recommend you just borrow it from the libary and not waste your money buying it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2006

    good.

    i really enjoyed this book. the idea was very unique, and i adored gid as a character. I just feel that at the end of the book, the story began to lose it's 'flow,' and it began to sort of stagger along. but i really think that this author will get better with the more books she writes, and i can't wait to see more novels from her. this book is also an excellent beach read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2006

    Good

    This book i found very unusual i liked it but i did not like the fact all the characters did was drink and get high half the time this book is a very unique book a good read if you get past the bad things i loved it yet would not give it 5 stars in the end it is very good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2006

    An unusual, compelling story.

    What would happen if you could see inside the mind of a boyfriend? A mystery girl who sees in Gideon's mind can ¿ and she tells of a clueless boy who flunks his way into a fancy prep school in New England, only to face cute, feisty girls who vie for his attention. The focus on his thoughts throughout provides an unusual, compelling story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2006

    Awsome

    I loved reading this book! You just keep guessing what is going on inside Gideon's head, which makes this book fun to read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2006

    A great summer read

    This book is such a fun read. It is definitely one of the better books I have read in a while. Gid is so adorable and as a reader, you kind of fall for his charm and kindness. I wish there was a sequel to the book because I want to know what happens to Gideon the rest of his years at boarding school.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2006

    An Awesome Read

    The book itself is great, it lets us girls in on all the twisted things boys manage to think or do, and the twisted things are histericaly funny. An awesome page turner that never bores.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2006

    WOW

    I just finished this book!! I read it in one day.. Definatly an awesome book with great characters and just keeps you guessing... Makes you laugh at the things guys really think

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2006

    Awesome!

    This book is by far the best book I have read in a while. It is a great book for girls in highschool like me. I love how it keeps you wondering about the girl inside Gid's head.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2006

    BEST NEW BOOK!

    I disagree with those critics who said this book is 'predictable' and 'falls flat.' I thought it was amazing, not at all predictable or boring, and I loved the characters, especially Cullen and Nicholas! I read with a highlighter in hand to mark funny passages, and yes there were many. I think the critics who did not like this book were either too old or had no since of humor. This book is definatly meant for highschoolers and young adults. This is my new favorite book and I HIGHLY recommend it!

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