Most novels aren't like this anymore. This book starts out where a girl and her mom are having rough times but she still has hope.She is a devoted Catholic and thinks JC rocks!! She keeps her hope until a tragedy happens and turns her world upside down but like all amazing people she comes up from her sadness and with the help of her friends and JC she is the Hope Spreader again. Sorta Like a Rock Star is an inspiring, helpful book. I would recommend it. It is written by Matthew Quick. I will try to live my life like Amber Appleton.:) True? True. (< gotta read it to figure out what "True? True" is) BTW I'd rate it 4 pins
This series was great.Its a L.J Smith novel. It had action, love, adventure, fantasy, and whoah just so much. It lacked diversity though in some stories. My favorites are Huntress/Secret Vampire. It keeps you enthralled and wanting to read the next book. I can't wait to read the final story. It has ALL of the charachters from the previous books in it, which should be exciting. I liked this series but it does not have much impact, you would forget it easily because there are alot of stories like it. I would rate it 3 pins
OK, so today I finished the book A Match Made In High School by Kristin Walker. It is a pretty interesting book. I would probably say it is an average Young Adult (YA) novel. It has a lot of "dirty" jokes in it, which i personally find hilarious. But, this book would definatly be rated + 13. It is about a girl who has to take a "marriage-ed" class. She is paired up with an obnoxious jock who helps her through out the way, compliments her, torments her, and ultemently is a good friend you might say. She has ups and downs with every other charachter in this story. This novel also is good because it has love, secrecy, heartbreak, rude people,good friends, and understandable concepts. There aren't many stories like this out there, but for Kristin Walker's first book, I'd say she did a pretty good job! I would recomend it to people who like YA books who don't mind cursing, dirty jokes, and real true way teenagers think.