Scrambled Eggs at Midnight
Publish date: May 4th 2006
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
I thought it was sweet, but not enough to hold my attention long enough to finish it. (I don't like reading slowly.) Some moments felt a bit meh-ish and, while this has nothing to do with the book itself, I don't like that the back cover stated it as Romeo & Juliet with a happier ending. Definitely ...
I thought the characters are poorly written and nothing like any teenagers I've ever met. Also, the book is based in the city I live in and Asheville isn't portrayed accurately. If you are going to base a book in an actual city there are things you can figure out with a little research and that just...
The contents and the language are very philosophical and very beautiful. So beautiful and deep indeed that they are - in my opinion - on the verge of suffocating the story. I felt like a person who loves honey but who can only really appreciate its sticky sweetness when it is set off against the sou...
I think this is the better of the two Barkley & Halper books that I’ve read. I like the juxtaposition of Eliot’s and Calliope’s stories. Even with their circumstances in their lives, you really get the sense that these are two very lonely teenagers who need something. While I’m not a fan of the “Fre...
I don't think I can even count the number of times I've read this book. Scrambled Eggs at Midnight is my go-to. If I'm feeling down I read Scrambled Eggs at Midnight. If I want some romance I read Scrambled Eggs at Midnight. When I'm feeling like I really shouldn't have eaten a whole pizza by myself...