Loser/Queen

Loser/Queen

by Jodi Lynn Anderson, Brittney Lee
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Loser/Queen 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its really awesome!
Nancy Chu More than 1 year ago
im not a fun of dramatic cliques books but this was is one of the exceptions! really catching plot!
TheMagicalOrange More than 1 year ago
I think that the beginning of this book was pretty good, and I couldn't put it down. But at the end, it wasn't as surprising as I thought it would be when she found out who the White Rabbit was :/ . And the story sometimes gets a little bit mixed up, but i liked how the ending of how she got out of those lies and stuff, not too goody goody. :D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was both strange and wonderful at the same time. It made me laugh out loud and cry. Cammy, who lives with her grandparents, is someways wise beyond her years. Given all that she's going through she becomes someone else's puppet. In turn, she becomes quite popular until the whole thing falls apart. Its weird that someone might be that lonely to do things her own inner compass wouldn't have her do on a good day. Its not that the book was good or bad but that it generated a dicussion between me and my housemate and she hasn't read it. This is a YA book that could be used as curriculum for an ethics class
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is really great to read. This has happened to people that I know so that is why I like this book so much.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thougt this book was really good. I liked the way the author revealed the black mailer. The characters were interesting the the plot kept my attention. I reccommend it to all
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Omg!!!!!! Love this book. I started reading at 8:30 and finished at12:00AM!!!!!!!!!!! U GOTTA READ THIS!!!!!
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Heidi_G More than 1 year ago
Oops! Cammy was at a school dance, her Costco granny panties with a Christmas tree print on display for many of her classmates to see and photograph. Dying of humiliation, she figures there is no way she’ll ever move off the Loser rung of her high school’s social ladder. So much for her budding friendship with Mr. Hot Stuff Luke. At least Cammy has her best friend, Gerdi, a Danish exchange student. When an unknown person begins texting Cammy and telling her to do certain things, she does so hesitantly. The acts seems harmless, sometimes lifting a person’s spirits but sometimes doing something to bring a person down. Cammy’s star begins to shine as the Queen B’s star falls. Will the sense of power make Cammy lose sight of how much her feelings had been hurt in the past by similar actions she is now performing? This is a good look at the ins and outs of teen popularity—how a girl breaks out of the lower ranks into the popular crowd and how rising to the top of the heap can have such a negative impact on those people being stepped on. Teens will see their peers in the book’s characters. I was a bit put off by how quickly Cammy and Luke hit it off but such is the realistic way teen hormones rule the body. My students will love this book.
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It was soo good, i stayed up till 2am reading 3nights in a row. It has great characters and a gripping plot. LOVE IT.
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