Heart attacks happen to other people #thingsIthoughtweretrue When Morgan's mom gets sick, it's hard not to panic. Without her mother, she would have no one—until she finds out the dad who walked out on her as a baby isn't as far away as she thought... Adam is a stuck-up, uptight... show more
Heart attacks happen to other people #thingsIthoughtweretrue When Morgan's mom gets sick, it's hard not to panic. Without her mother, she would have no one—until she finds out the dad who walked out on her as a baby isn't as far away as she thought... Adam is a stuck-up, uptight jerk #thingsIthoughtweretrue Now that they have a summer job together, Morgan's getting to know the real Adam, and he's actually pretty sweet...in a nerdy-hot kind of way. He even offers to go with her to find her dad. Road trip, anyone? 5000 Twitter followers are all the friends I need #thingsIthoughtweretrue With Adam in the back seat, a hyper chatterbox named Amy behind the wheel, and plenty of Cheetos to fuel their trip, Morgan feels ready for anything. She's not expecting a flat tire, a missed ferry, a fake girlfriend...and that these two people she barely knew before the summer started will become the people she can't imagine living without.
Publish date: March 4th 2014
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Pages no: 283
Edition language: English
Actual rating: 2.5 starsQuick thoughts: Technically the title should have been 17 Things I Thought Were True, not 16. There were a few typographical/editing errors as well. While one or two errors do regularly slip past into publication, I get distracted when there are more than that. That aside, I ...
When I first purchased this novel, I didn't really know anything about it. It was cheap and I liked the feeling the cover gave me. I think it was because of me not knowing anything that I liked it this much. It's YA contemporary romance, but it's also so much more than that. This is the kind of book...
Let me be honest, I was at first not truly sure if I would like the book. I was (until now that is) never a big fan of twitter, and I still think that # should stay on Twitter or similar fora.I can now honestly say after reading this book that this book was wonderful and that the whole # thing fitte...
In this day and age, social media is, like, the mecca of communication. Want to know what your fav. celeb. is up to? Follow him on Twitter. Want to let your friends know what you’re up to right at that very moment (whether it’s momentous or not)? Tweet it out, or update your Facebook status. Bu...
This was well done. I really liked the way that social media was handled and how the main character had to work through a sticky situation created by an embarrassing post. But that wasn't the only issue in the story. Parents, cancer, boyfriends, summer jobs, so many topics handled in a very REAL fa...