Le Jour où j'ai voulu devenir populaire
Edition language: French
Meg Cabot was like one of my role models growing up. Which is a pretty difficult tasks to do considering the other woman on that list (note to self: one day publish said list on my blog). However, as extraordinary as some of her books are, there are some that aren’t so good. And now that I’m o...
Steph finds a old book on how to be popular and decides to use it. She finds out the truth about being popular and also finds out how important friends are. It's pretty typical Meg Cabot fare, quite readable but a bit predictable.
Full review also posted here on TotalTeenFictionThis review is of the audiobook edition.Plot review:This was my first experience of reading (or in this case listening to!) Meg Cabot and she's an author I've always wanted to read. I was drawn to this book by the title because it sounded right up my s...
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The best book I have read from her ( including the PD) - I just love the humor in this book and it seems so natural - Plus I am a curly top myself so I fully sympathise straightening my hair to look good =S"He's warm for your form!"=D
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