Confessions of an Angry Girl
Freshman Rose Zarelli has rage issues. First of all, her father lost his job, took work as a contractor in Iraq...and never came home. Second, she likes the wrong guy and his super-intense, scary cheerleader girlfriend is now her nemesis. Third, her fashionista best friend, Tracy, is suddenly... show more
Freshman Rose Zarelli has rage issues. First of all, her father lost his job, took work as a contractor in Iraq...and never came home. Second, she likes the wrong guy and his super-intense, scary cheerleader girlfriend is now her nemesis. Third, her fashionista best friend, Tracy, is suddenly infinitely cooler than she is--and talking about losing her virginity. (What?!)Rose is ahead when it comes to studying for the PSAT, but she's so far behind socially that she might as well be moving backward. She needs Tracy's help choosing the right clothes, she likes all the wrong extracurricular activities, and she can't even make a decision about which photo of her father to put on the memorial website she's making (and hiding from her adolescent-shrink mother). With her brother away at college and her mother always locked in her office with her messed-up teen patients, Rose struggles to get through each day without inflicting bodily harm on anyone.
Publish date: August 28th 2012
Pages no: 266
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
Series: Confessions (#1)
I got so into this book that if I'd started this a little sooner in the evening I could have finished this happily in one sitting. One things kept me from rating it higher; the fact that Jamie didn't appear in that much of the book, really, considering he's the love interest of Rose. I wanted--nee...
"About the occasional panic attack and being fourteen in the suburbs without a mobile phone. Read It And Weep." Rose is my new best friend and she doesn't even know it! I loved how down to earth she was - how real she seemed and how extremely easy to relate to she was in more ways than one. ...
An awesome book! You can check out my full review here.
As I do with most books, I headed into Confessions of an Angry Girl completely blind without reading the blurb, and I found myself pleasantly surprised. Because, for the most part, this one is deffo a decent read. The pacing was awesome. I read the book in a day. The MC, who had a GREAT ‘voice’, was...
This book was a really quick and easy read for me – and I really enjoyed reading it. Louise Rozett’s writing is fun and absorbing, yet she’s still able to convey across some serious and important points as well. There are a few important lessons stressed throughout Confessions of an Angry Girl, but ...