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Giveaway dates: Jun 20 - Jul 01, 2016
Countries available: US
Format: Print Book
While reading this book I made a text-to-text connection between M or F and the book Boy Meet ...more
The book alternates between Marcus's voice and Frannie's with Ms. Papademetriou writing for Frannie and her friend, Christopher Tebbets writing the Marcus chapters. Big problem there is that Mr. Tebbets' chapters are so much stronger and more interesting. I wanted to just skip over Frannie entirely and ...more
I spent a couple of hours ripping through it and finished it the day I started. A little slow to initially start up, it really started to pick up some steam as we came to know (and love) Marcus and Frannie, the two protagonists (and best friends). With only one area where it slowed down, the book was what I'd call a rip-roaring good time, despite my hesitancy to eve ...more
I mean, the summary isn't very...accurate, that might not be the best word to use. It's true that the book makes you laugh, and it is fast paced, so I would definitly recommend this book to anyone who wants to laugh and, be a little surprised.
So here's MY summary of M orF?:
Frannie is a somewhat shy, fashionista, who follows her own trends.
She falls for Jeffrey, a gorgeous, sensitive, and politically aware Sophmore, but she's ...more
Admittedly, I was a bit hesitant about picking up the book at first because it has two authors who alternate chapte ...more
The author spends a lot of time building up how much Frannie likes her crush and mentioning but not showing much of how Marcus is also developing feelings for him. There are brief online chats between ...more
Last night I finished reading M or F? when I should have been doing my 4 page paper(I regret nothing). I was halfway through the book and I need ...more
M or F? is the ...more
So the plot is: Frannie has a 'serious' crush on Jeff. Jeff doesn't know she exists. Frannie is unsure of herself, so that when she sees Jeff online she asks the more confident (and gay) Marcus to talk to him in her place. Marcus does so, but soon f ...more
I really loved the aspect of this book. I was hooked once I read the blurb at the back, and I was waiting for the answer to the whole dilemma. Through several mixups and a HUGE mistake with an interesting twist, this book was hilariously well-written. The characters were so realistic, with the ups and ...more
I'll just tell you the plot first. It's a modern day twist on the Cyrano de Bergerac Frannie is a high school student who has a crush on a vegetarian humanitarian, all around good guy, Jeffrey. Her friend Marcus suggests to try to talk to him through a school chatroom online, only Frannie can never find the words to say. Marcus gives her advice on what to say, and in the process of this online flirting, he finds himself starting to fall ...more
This neon orange book caught my eye in the YA section when I was looking to see if there were any new Alice books, read the first chapter, bought it, stayed up late to keep reading and then finished it when I woke up. So, I guess I liked it! I'm not sure how much it would stand up to re-reading, since part of what impressed me about it was ...more
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I had my suspicions about Glenn, especially after he made that remark about Jeffrey taking him to Line 'Em Up on their gay night, but having it confirmed in such a great way was hilarious. Marcus and Glenn definitely seem like they'll have an interesting relationship ...more
I loved the diversity of topics, and the personality of every character.
I want to read it again so I can be, i don't know, deeper, on my review, cos as I read it so long ago I had a different perspective in life and literature but for now, I rate it as good, real worth it, funny and light (if this is a valid adjetive)
M or F? by Lisa Papademtriou an ...more