The Unofficial Zack Warren Fan Club

The Unofficial Zack Warren Fan Club

by J.C. Isabella
4.3 47

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The Unofficial Zack Warren Fan Club 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book!!!!:) It was funny,cute, and a great read! I can't wait for the others in the series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this book was really good, recommend it 100%
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was so cute! This was the first book I've read by J.C.Isabella and I was pleasantly surprised how amazing her writing style is. I loved the characters and it was a major bonus that we were able to see the point of view from both main characters. Although the book was short and a quick read it was definitely worth the money. The story is cute and the characters are relatable; I can relate especially to Chloe since she is just a regular, college-age girl. The plot is original and I loved that the author kept it clean (no sex). I definitely recommend!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really love this book. Amazing, totally amazing!!!!!!! I love Zack and Chloe is so cool.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG!!!!! BUY THIS BOOK!!! ITS AMAZING AND ITS 700 PAGES!!! (it says that its only 154 but each "page" is 4 pages long!!!!)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was so good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVED this book! It was cute, funny, sweet, romantic, and it kept you interested the whole way through. In my opinion, it was worth WAY more than 99¿! Totally wish it was longer because it was just that good. You should really buy it, definatly worth it!!!! :) <3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive read this books like 5 times already, i absolutley love it. I thunk she shoul write more abot them<3333
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and I can't wait for the next one to come out for the Nook! I would highly recommend this book if you like teen fiction romance books. Once you pick the book up, you won't want to put it down.
KimmiesBookshelf More than 1 year ago
The Unofficial Zack Warren Fan Club was a quick, fun read! I adored Chloe and Zack! Chloe was so funny, that girl had me laughing my butt off! And Zack... I want to be in his fan club, lol. Just kidding, but I could totally see why so many girls were in love with him. He was athletic, good looking, and actually had some morals! I thought Chloe and Zack made a cute couple, but I will admit that the whole step sibling thing was a little weird. I know they were not actually related, but it was still kind of awkward. Overall though, I thought this was a really cute story and I look forward to reading the next book in this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Buy this book! It was an amazing and heart pummping love story that gave a HUGE twist and i absolutely LOVED it! Two thumbs up to this book! By the way, its 500 pages long but it only felt like 100:)
WriterGirl2 More than 1 year ago
Oh man. I&rsquo;ll start with the good: The idea was cute. It had real potential: Enemies become step-siblings and fall in love. Oh, and one character may have created an unofficial fan club for the other in fifth grade. This promised conflict, tension, and some really funny moments. Promised, but didn&rsquo;t deliver. There were countless reasons I was disappointed with this book. Here are my top issues: 1. The writing. This needed a serious edit. There were countless grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. And the author doesn&rsquo;t seem to understand how quotations work. The way she&rsquo;d end dialog drove me crazy. When she should have used a comma, she&rsquo;d start a new sentence: &ldquo;We have a problem.&rdquo; I said, taking a deep breath to memorize the cool, clean scent clinging to Zack&rsquo;s shirt. When a new sentence was required, she&rsquo;d use a comma: &ldquo;You implied it,&rdquo; how could we fake a relationship? This wasn&rsquo;t a one-time thing, either. Consistently throughout the book, she managed to repeat the grammatical error. But it wasn&rsquo;t just the grammatical or spelling errors that left the writing wanting. There were countless inconsistencies in the plot. For instance, Zack&rsquo;s mean to Chloe because after his mom died he feared that by opening himself up to love he&rsquo;d lose someone again. Lame excuse, but I would have given it an eye-roll pass if it weren&rsquo;t for two things: First, he was mean to Chloe before his mom died. And second, he loves his dad but isn&rsquo;t worried he&rsquo;ll lose him. Other inconsistencies throughout made it harder to enjoy the story without constantly questioning the characters&rsquo; actions. Or how about Zack&rsquo;s fighting as a kid? Supposedly he got in a ton of fights in middle school, but at the book&rsquo;s climax, when he needs to fight the antagonist to save Choe, he says it&rsquo;s only the second time he&rsquo;s fought to solve a problem.  2. The characters. I really wanted to like Chloe and Zack, but their personalities made it hard. From each others&rsquo; point of view, the other is flawless. But I&rsquo;m not sure what they saw in one another. Zack is hot and cold with Chloe for most of the book. He&rsquo;s acting like a friend then ignoring her then back to being friendly then angry&hellip; What does she see in him beyond his good looks? And let&rsquo;s not forget Zack&rsquo;s bad boy past. Did you know that when he was in eighth grade he pulled the fire alarm? Seriously&mdash;that is the height of his bad boyness. Something he regrets and Chloe still remembers as a low point for him. Now, I&rsquo;m not saying it&rsquo;s cool to go pulling fire alarms, but really? This is the huge rebellion? It&rsquo;s blown way out of proportion, both characters treating it as if he&rsquo;d been arrested for drugs or theft or something.  And though Zack says (repeatedly) that Chloe isn&rsquo;t like the other girls, I don&rsquo;t see it. She&rsquo;s still catty, calling pretty much all but two of the girls her age sluts or airheads. At one point, a girl who had previously been interested in Zack shows up to a group get-together with a  date and Chloe remarks that the girl is being a sore loser and that her date is bland. So because she moved on from Zack and because she brought a date she&rsquo;s lame and he&rsquo;s a loser? How exactly is Chloe different from the other girls she and Zack hate so much? 3. Age range. I couldn&rsquo;t picture these two as college students at all. I&rsquo;m actually curious why the author didn&rsquo;t make them high school students. Pretty much every situation but Zack&rsquo;s career could have been changed to high school and the story would still be intact. In fact, they even partied at their parents&rsquo; houses. It&rsquo;s like all the characters go to college in this small town that&rsquo;s close to where they all grew up. There was no college life whatsoever and what there was seemed very high schoolish. Aside from the dorm rooms, I didn&rsquo;t get the point. I would just like to mention that the characters seeming young had nothing to do with the fact that they&rsquo;re both virgins. I actually very much liked that aspect of the characters, especially about supposed player Zack. And I do think it&rsquo;s believable that they&rsquo;re college-age virgins. But the way Chloe talks about sex sounds more like a 15-year-old than a 19-year-old college girl.  4. The conflict. Or, really, what conflict? I think Chloe and Zack hate each other for about one chapter. Maybe less. I went into this hoping for real enemies who learned to love one another. But neither really hates or even dislikes one another. They&rsquo;re in love from the start. And that would have been fine, really, this secret love. But the problem was they kept saying they hated each other, and I wasn&rsquo;t buying it. So the conflict there&mdash;shacking up with your enemy-turned-step-sibling seemed very forced.  As for the antagonist, Zack&rsquo;s teammate Max, he was a boring, one-dimensional villain. Though one dimensional is pretty much how I&rsquo;d describe all of the characters&mdash;even Zack and Chloe. I mean, we learned things about them (they both like Twizzlers!) but I never really felt like I knew them. How does Zack feel about his baseball career and going pro? What&rsquo;s Chloe feeling during her fight with best friend Lana? You really get no insight into their minds or emotions, which makes caring what happened to them very, very difficult. 5. The relationship. I&rsquo;ll admit, I liked the idea of these two getting together. It&rsquo;s why I picked up the book in the first place. But there was so much more that could have been done with them. I mean, they&rsquo;re new step-siblings, yet that relationship is mostly a nonissue for them. I expected conflict over that&mdash;should they get together now that their parents are married? What happens if they break up considering they have to keep seeing each other as family? And so on&hellip; Yet none of these issues were brought up. Mostly they admitted their love for one another, then kept the relationship a secret from their parents even though Chloe&rsquo;s mom said she knew they liked one another.  In short, cute idea, but the execution isn&rsquo;t great. It needs a few more rounds of revisions and a great editor to make this a good read. And I really wish the author had done so, because despite the book&rsquo;s many flaws, she&rsquo;s a good storyteller. I only hope that with her next book she invests in a copy editor and takes more time polishing the story.
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I love this book!
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