Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist
So you're a guy; you're at a band show and your ex, the girl who dumped you, walks in with the new guy. Looking for a safe exit, you ask the girl you happen to sitting with to be your girlfriend for five minutes…. You're a girl; you're at a get-together and your least favorite female strolls in.... show more
So you're a guy; you're at a band show and your ex, the girl who dumped you, walks in with the new guy. Looking for a safe exit, you ask the girl you happen to sitting with to be your girlfriend for five minutes…. You're a girl; you're at a get-together and your least favorite female strolls in. The stranger sitting next to you asks you to be his five-minute date. So what do you? You lock lips…. Nick and Norah's instant connect begins a roller-coaster "first date" that takes them through Manhattan and into themselves. A novel concept that works.
Publish date: 23-05-2006
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Edition language: English
I absolutely, hands-down LOVED this book. I read this book before I saw the movie (I'm anal like that) and my husband thinks I'm crazy out of control with my rule about never seeing a movie before having already read the book. Well too bad for him because he's stuck with me and all my obsessive comp...
Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist starts with Nick asking Norah to be his girlfriend for 5 minutes after seeing his ex at a club. She agrees, and an unexpected kiss sparks a crazy night through Manhattan. This 'first date' includes a yellow Yugo, strip club, ET three-way, trashed best-friends, gay be...
Exceptional Read! I'm not a teen but I can sure remember the up and down emotions and the crazy situations I got myself into during my adolescence. Nick and Norah have a night such as this, and it is glorious. The book covers ONE NIGHT where 2 teens meet unexpectantly, although they were connected t...
A love story for modern teens. Obvs. But brilliantly written. The best part? New York City is practically the third main character.
This took me a few chapters to really get into. Once I did it turned into a really smooth example of impressionist YA fiction.