Pride & Popularity
Chloe Elizabeth Hart despises the conceited antics of the popular crowd, or more importantly, one very annoying self-possessed guy, Taylor Anderson, who seems determined to make her the president of his fan club! As if! Every girl in the whole city of Farmington, New Mexico, is in love with him,... show more
Chloe Elizabeth Hart despises the conceited antics of the popular crowd, or more importantly, one very annoying self-possessed guy, Taylor Anderson, who seems determined to make her the president of his fan club! As if! Every girl in the whole city of Farmington, New Mexico, is in love with him, but he seems to be only interested in Chloe. This modern high school adaptation of Pride and Prejudice is a battle of wits as Chloe desperately tries to remain the only girl who can avoid the inevitable falling for Taylor.
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
Series: The Jane Austen Diaries (#1)
Perhaps 2.5 stars. I'm not sure yet. Review soon.
It always amazes me when I read a lot of good reviews and high ratings, and then I rate the same book like this. I think it is a terrible retelling of P&P. I even couldn't stop thinking while I was reading it 'Mmmm I could be reading the last book of "The Ghost and the Goth" (which I am going to do ...
When I finished this on Goodreads, a GR friend asked me "Have you no shame?" and I just want to state for the record: no, I do not. I will pick up every damn thing with "Pride and _________" or "___________ and Prejudice" in it... Nor do I regret that, because sometimes they turn out to be worth it....
So stinkin cute. Call me a sap, but I love Pride and Prejudice "remakes" and can't get enough of them (send me a message if you can recommend any good ones!)
I liked the idea behind this book and lost myself in it for the first half. But it was getting to the second half where I started to lose a bit of interest. I really do like Jane Austen type novels. I love remakes of the same kind of story. I'm just a Jane Austen fan. What drug this novel down was t...