How to Date a Nerd
Publish date: September 24th 2013
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Pages no: 247
Edition language: English
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Pop Culture
, High School
, Young Adult Romance
Series: How To (#1)
One would think, because of the cover + title + plot, that it would be a nice rom-com YA. Popular hot girl falling for a geek? My type of book.WRONG, it was not. It was depressing, actually.Really depressing.Zoe is one of the worst characters I've ever read. She is fake "but not really fake", slutty...
4.5This is one book that will make you stop and think.In a world wherein status symbols are rampant, this book will make you wish that class is nonexistent. I think Zoe's character is based on every teen who felt as if they have to hide what they truly are because of what others might think. It's ba...
Sique leyendo para la reseña en españolThis is one of these books that I liked, but couldn't enjoy that much because of the main character. How to Date a Nerd was great and it had very hilarious situations, but I didn't like the main character. At all. I can see why she wants to avoid the kind of sc...
The plot is very fast paced and goes straight into action. It’s compelling and heart-warming, but most of all very entertaining. It will keep you page turning like crazy until the end. I liked how Cassie deals with bullying from a perspective of someone who is afraid to be herself in order to avoi...
It was cute and cheesy and dorky in a nice way. :)