How to Ruin My Teenage Life
In this sequel to How to Ruin a Summer Vacation, EVERYTHING in sixteen-year-old Amy Nelson Barak’s life is going wrong! Her mom got married and moved to the suburbs, and now they are going to have a baby. Amy moves in with her dad in Chicago and signs him up for an online dating service. His... show more
In this sequel to How to Ruin a Summer Vacation, EVERYTHING in sixteen-year-old Amy Nelson Barak’s life is going wrong! Her mom got married and moved to the suburbs, and now they are going to have a baby. Amy moves in with her dad in Chicago and signs him up for an online dating service. His first four dates are that night . . . What else? Her dog Mutt impregnated her grumpy neighbor’s prized poodle, so Amy will actually have to get a part-time job to pay for half the veterinary bill. And there’s this totally annoying boy, Nathan Rubin, who just moved into her apartment building. Luckily, Amy has a cute boyfriend named Avi. Only he’s more like a non-boyfriend considering Avi is in the Israeli army for the next three years. What’s a girl to do when everyone is conspiringto ruin her life?
Publish date: June 8th 2007
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
Series: How to Ruin (#2)
Ach, wie hab ich mich auf dieses Buch gefreut. Ich bin fast am Erscheinungstag in den Buchladen gestürmt und hab mir erst einmal dieses Buch besorgt. Abends habe ich es dann in einem Zug verschlugen. Dazu kann man nämlich nicht mehr lesen sagen. Ich habe beinahe die Wörter von den Buchseiten gezogen...
Well, a Simone Elkeles book is always a good read for me. How to Ruin book 2 made me gasp courtesy of Nathan. But Team Avi still. This is an easy read. And the pov, though single, is witty and funny, like a real teenager. Sababa. :)
2,5 Punkte. Ich und Simone Elkeles werden keine Freunde.
I loved this book! I think Avi and Amy's relationship is pretty near perfect, and I'm requesting the next book from the library riiiiight... NOW! I think Amy becoming Jewish gives this book a unique twist. I also like how dedicated Amy is to anything she sets her mind too. (Although her "aba" needs ...
After I finished the first book, i couldn't wait to start the next one. And I wasn't disapoined although I had my doubts in a few places. And the end - what an end was that. I seriously though that I don't have the whole book.