Publish date: August 18th 2009
Publisher: Walker Childrens
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
This book was pretty good... only, I know it's a semiautobiography, but seriously:I don't care how bad*** the main character is, you can't drink alcohol, party every night, smoke cigarettes, smoke marijuana, lie about your service hours, and still get into Harvard. Seriously.
Raw, realistic and subject matters out of the norm, from the jock christian boy refusing to have sex to the psychotically insane brother who kills cats without really thinking of the consequences. Katie, the main character, is the flower that rose from the pot of dirt. Her family, once poor, is now ...
It consumed me (my day, my thoughts and the life around me); did I really have anything else to do today besides read this book? But wait, it’s almost over, my fingers are thumbing through the final pages, no…. this cannot be happening! I’m not ready for this to end, another ending to one of Jessica...
I bought this because the Kindle store had it on sale and it had decent reviews. Though it isn't the sort of book you write home about, I don't regret spending my $0.99 on it, rather than on, I don't know, a candy bar or chips from the vending machine I don't need. It's easier just to read about des...
At first this books feels like one of those, I'm a teenager waa waa waa, my parents don't understand me, I'm spoiled. But then Katie is shipped off to boarding school and things start to change and I start to soften a little bit towards her character. I can't imagine having a brother who is unable t...
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