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Debugging Tori Redding

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Fed up with her peers and their loose morals, Tori starts a new school program, the Not So Fast club, a group dedicated to keeping teens from doing everything they want to do--drink, have sex, and rush to grow up.

A severe toothache interrupts her plan, sending her to the dentist, where she's given an emergency root canal. During the surgery, she's electrocuted and ends up
ebook, 300 pages
Published December 20th 2010 by Jason Ancona (first published December 19th 2010)
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Debugging Tori Redding is the second book that I've read by Jason Ancona. When I was given the opportunity to review it, I was excited at the premise. A girl whose mind works like a computer? How amazing is that? I snuggled down into bed, picked up the book and started to read.

Let me tell you, I was so impressed at the depth behind Tori's character. She isn't just a high school student who takes issue with loose morals. She isn't even just a girl with a computer for a brain. No, Tori is so much
Jess Scott
With all the mass media's constant commoditization of sex and relationships, Mr. Ancona's work stands as a great anti-thesis to the sappy romance type formula that features in many commercial genres (from rom-coms in books/films, to the love triangles in many "YA paranormal romance" books, etc).

I think the honest and realistic voice of DEBUGGING TORI REDDING is one of the book's biggest strengths. We hear about Tori's internal conflicts without the expression being put across in a preachy/overly
Jason Ancona is a new name for me and he certainly gave a good first impression. I loved this novel! I found it a unique read - in a good way, different than your usual mystery novels. Some parts of the story refer to real life situations so it made the whole book seem real.

Tori Redding is a character full of attitude and I found it comical at her opinion of certain things. She is quite stubborn and sometimes that affects the people around her. Another quality that we see in her throughout the
Kari Ramirez
Last month I was lucky enough to get a copy of Jason Ancona’s CYA: Covert Youth Agency: The Case of Tangled Love to read and review. I loved it. So much so that I got online and purchased Jason’s other book Debugging Tori Redding. I started reading it right away and have lagged on my book reviews so I’m finally getting around to writing about this one!

Tori Redding is different from the rest of the kids in her class and she knows it. The daughter of a widowed police detective and the younger sist
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Sci-Fi & contemporary fiction collide in DEBUGGING TORI REDDING, a story of a girl trying to do right even when it's not the popular choice.

Tori Redding is one of the most interesting main characters I have encountered recently in my reading. I was all set to find her somewhat annoying and above it all, but I found myself really liking her character despite her judgmental views of her peers. Underneath it all Tori Redding was a young woman trying to find out who she reall
Tori definitely likes to speak her mind! The independent teen has had enough with the wayward world and wants to make her own impact, however little it may be. She believes she can be a good influence on her peers, and attempts to change them to her way of thinking.

I usually don’t prefer these types of characters, but with Tori, it fell together nicely. Her personality definitely led the plot along-without her crazy ideas and stubborn/defiant attitude toward going through with all of them, it wo
I'd be stupid to pass up a chance to read anything by Jason Ancona. I read Covert Youth Agency (C.Y.A) by Jason Ancona a little while back and since I loved that one I could never pass up Debugging Tori Redding.

Jason is the master with conversational banter. I normally don't laugh out loud while reading books but I just couldn't help it. He really has an honest way with conversations. I think that's what separates his from the rest. I also could relate to every character. Let's be real here and
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Tori is one tough character. Full of attitude, she doesn’t care what others think of her and starts her own club with a great message. She represents every teenager trying to get along in school. Why should we be forced to grow up just because everybody else is doing the same thing? We should be free to make our own pace and not be criticised for it.

Tori is such a relatable character even if she can be seen to be pretty cattish t
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Freakishly nerdy in high school, Jason became a certifiable weakling when he lost an arm-wrestling match to a female cheerleader in class.

Never a participant in school activities, he fantasized about being someone else -- an athlete, a secret agent, or whatever character he created in the latest role-playing game.

His imaginary worlds didn't help in the dating department, but they sure were fun to
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