Revenge of the Geek

Revenge of the Geek

by Piper Banks
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Revenge of the Geek 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is it just me or is Miranda incredibly whiny? She always says how hard her life is and how she will never end up with a guy like Dex and then, surprise surprise she ends up with him. Okay writing and good friends (Charlie and Finn) saved this book. Otherwise, it sucked.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
At Geek High, being extraordinary is ordinary. For Miranda Bloom, junior year hasn't quite started off on the right foot. Her boyfriend, Dex McConnell, is off at a Maine boarding school, and her best friends seem too preoccupied to care. When she meets new girl Nora Lee, Miranda thinks she's finally found a friend who really understands her. That is, until Nora begins to imitate everything Miranda does, from her outfits to her love of writing. And when this begins to effect her relationships, Miranda realizes she needs to end their toxic friendship - and fast. Miranda, Charlie, and Finn are back and better than ever in this latest addition to the GEEK HIGH series. Piper Banks once again brings readers a story about a geeky girl working through changing friendships and dealing with revenge. The author's multi-dimensional characters play off of one another with a sense of realism that hits close to home for any high schooler. REVENGE OF THE GEEK is the perfect read for the nerd in all of us!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I sincerely loved this book, but it ended abruptly. This left me wanted more. I would love to see more books from Piper Banks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shouldn't we have found out what Nora's "speciality" was? I liked it, but it was a downgrade from the other three books. I thought this would be the last one since all of Miranda's problems seemed solved, but after finishing this and reading about how all she was ready for the world, I dont think her story is dobe yet.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really good book!! But you can't just jump in at the end. You have to read: geek high,geek abrod, and summetr of the geek so you won't be confused!!! Awesomeness!! Read 'em!!
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Liddia More than 1 year ago
This book (along with the rest of the series) is amazingly good. I just hope there's a next book and that it doesnt just end at this. Either way it was super enjoyable and the main character sort of reminded me of myself =)
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bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
This was such a fun read! It took me back to when I was in school but I was able to enjoy it instead of live-it. Miranda is an entertaining character who I couldn't help but connect with. Revenge of the Geek gets four stars.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Miranda Bloom is a genius who enjoys school. However, the brilliant Miranda feels this semester as a junior at Geek High will hurt. Her La Crosse playing boyfriend Dex McConnell (see Summer of the Geek for when they met) is going away to a boarding school in Maine. Miranda turns to her two BFFs, Finn and Charlie, but they have problems too so she does not want to burden them with her depression. She becomes friends with reticent new student Nora Lee. However, that makes her more depressed when Nora seems to be on a quest to prove she is Miranda's superior in anything and everything the latter does with acclaim. Still, her competitive juices flow as Miranda decides to teach this copycat that imitation is the highest form of flattery and can only achieve second place to the originator. The fourth Geek High teen tale (see Geek High and Geek Abroad; neither read by me) is an intelligent entertaining entry as Miranda struggles with new personal, social and family issues not easily resolved without honest communication for instance the gender war between her two best friends each trying to pull her onto their side. Young adult readers will appreciate Miranda's success and failures as her attempts to reach out to the newcomer turns ugly (shades of Clueless) and family decisions by her have come home to roost while tennis looks almost as good as lacrosse. Harriet Klausner
Julius Fitzpatrick More than 1 year ago
Best book ever!!!