The Lonely Hearts Club
Publish date: January 1st 2010
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Series: The Lonely Hearts Club (#1)
"Oh, really?" Rosanna rolled her eyes dramatically, "How convenient that you decide to change the rules after you go on a date with the hottest guy in school! Maybe it shouldn't be called the Lonely Hearts Club -- maybe you should call it the Rules Will Change When Convenient For Penny Club!" In the...
I read this book in high school and adored it. I think there's always a point in a teenager's life during which they're fed up with trying to find a partner. I quite liked that girls banded together to say, "We don't need a boyfriend." Though just when the characters are becoming too bitter, cynical...
What to say about this book? I LOVED IT! I really did, loved everything about it.Lets start with the story...Penny Lane Bloom suffers a -big- disappointment with a guy, Nate, who she was in love with. After that, she decides that the best she can do is avoid dating guys and creates The Lonely Hearts...
Sometimes cute and funny is what works for me. And THE LONELY HEARTS CLUB si definitely just those things . Penny’s given up on boys. But who can blame her, when the story starts with the likes of Nate who is more than a little full of himself? Things snowball once more and more girls decide to do a...
This is kind of the 'In Which Ems Has An Epiphany' post. I've said for a long time that I don't really like contemporary fiction, but I was looking back through my list of the books that I've loved, and a lot of them are contemporary. They're YA, adult, and middle grade. What I'm learning is that I ...