Chasing Boys

Chasing Boys

by Karen Tayleur
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Chasing Boys 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was very fun to read! The only thing about it is that it left a little mystery about what will happen because i wanted to know will her and Dylan get together or her and Eric but it was a good book. i feel like a series might come up, well i hope so.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an awesome book. It was very realistic in the way it interpreted high school life, though I do wish the end would have revealed more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a great book i loved it but there was a lot left unawensered but all together amazing
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were way to many things left unanswered. I wish the book would have gone just a little bit longer to put your mind at rest. The book kinda just ended, it was like I turned the page and there was acknowledgements. I could, however, relate to the girl very well in how she built up this boy in her head, but I feel like she would have noticed how big of a jerk he was a little earlier. All around an okay book, just wish the author would hae tied up some of the loose ends.
Ambra Munlyn More than 1 year ago
This novel is one of the best books i have ever read. it is witty, daring, and reminds us that no one is perfect
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So far this book is good, bur the chapter are usually one page or less. It is really annoying to be reading and have to flip a page after one or two sentences. I read some other reviews, and they said their might be another book, and if that is right then author please make the the chapters longer!
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GirlwiththeBraids More than 1 year ago
"Remember your manners, listen to your teacher, and don't chase boys." A piece of advice Ariel (El, for short) had been told her first day of school. But she doesn't know if she can keep that promise anymore now that she is going to a crammed-full public high school filled with handsome jocks. El's family (which consists of herself, her older sister, and mother) has been down-sizing since her father left a year ago and she can't seem to forgive him. While keeping a mental list of questions to ask her therapist one day when she does finally want to talk to him, Ariel finds out that she might be wrong with the conclusions she was so quick to come up with. Author Karen Tayleur's writing style is brilliant. The mixture of all the right moods are placed into this heart-pounding read. Some scenes are adorable, some are romantic, and others are somewhat depressing but captures the essence of the story. Most teens can relate to El's struggles but only a few understand it the way she does. I love this book and my jaw literally dropped at the end. The characters were different, likeable, and realistic. If they were actual people, I'd definitely want them as my friends! There is also a wide variety of settings that I thank the author for coming up with. It was outside-the-box! Creative doesn't even begin to describe the storyline. I enjoyed the book so much, I had to share more than half of it with my mother. And she loved it too! I got tears in my eyes and she was breathless. The emotion from this story will stay with you long after you have finish the final page, I guarantee. As my mom says, Chasing Boys is just plain "great". Contains: *brief profanity
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A very nice girl taken from her daily routine to live with her father and step mother while her own mother travels a bit. throughout the novel the main character just goes from humiliation to humiliation until she gets strong enough to move on with her life.