Everyone loves KJ Miller, especially the geeks. She's pretty, smart, and super nice to everyone, which has made her the geek pied piper of Washington High. If only Cameron, the star of the basketball team, would follow her around and worship her the way her dorky entourage does.
girl loved by geeks. How can you not love a character that is loved by people who secretly drive her insane?
KJ Miller is a nice girl. She's nice to everyone. She doesn't have a mean bone in her body.
Until she meets Tama Gold. And becomes friends with her. The popular girl. The girl who teaches her how to "stand up" for herself. Or, basically, more or less, teaches her how to be mean!
KJ finally gets the chance to go out with her wildly popular crus...more
Okay, so I was dizzy with power. Can you blame me? It was the first day of rehearsals for the spring musical, Grease, at Washington High and I, KJ Miller, was the stage manager. The woman in charge. The first junior ever to be granted this most prestigious position.
KJ Miller. How to describe KJ? Well, there's the obvious. She's a geek magnet. She draws some geeky undesirables close to her. Fred. Glenn. Andy. Perhaps because of all the buzzing geeks near her, KJ i...more
See, KJ is supernice, smart, pretty the stage manager of her high school's spring musical, Grease...and a total geek magnet. Everyone loves KJ Miller, especially the geeks. She's like the geek pied piper of Washington High. If only Cameron Richardson, star of the basketball team and the hottest guy in school, would follow her around and worship her the way her entourage of dorks do.
Enter Tama Gold, queen of the popular crowd, star of Grease, and solution to all of KJ's prob...more
Finally, a book I not only enjoy, but also, teaches a really good (and relatable) lesson
Geek Magnet was a funny and cute novel that teens should find relatable to their own life. It is about a girl named KJ who is worshipped by the geeks at her school. Although she appreciates their admiration, she is also embarassed that the school views her as a 'geek magnet'(hence the title). KJ befriends Tama Gold, the 'popular girl' who aids her in getting the geeks to go away. She becomes mean, ignoring he...more
Geek Magnet is truly a bad written book. It has a main character who is descirbed as to be very nice, but she was rude, annoying, and naive'. She sets out a bad image for teenage girls, because recently in high school, girls don't grow crushes on the 'popular boy', but on who they truly like. I thought, at first, that I could relate to the main character (I ha...more
Geek Magnet by Kieran Scott can be categorized as a typical teen book, but what it has and other doesn't is the reality of high school. In the book, KJ is a geek magnet and she was never considered 'cool', well because she was a geek magnet. lol. but at one point of...more
The format of this novel was unique enoug...more
Our dear heroin was one of the most unlikable girls I’ve ever read about. She’s naïve, she’s stupid, she’s rather selfish, has problems with keeping her anger in check (for someone who’s never been anythi...more
About Friendship, Family, and Love.
Very different from what I used to read. Instead of chapters, there are Acts and Scenes.
The synopsis on the back cover of the book made me read it. There's something interesting about it, and don't forget the name: KJ :)
KJ Miller is a very nice and a friendly student. And there are THREE GEEKS following her around wherever she goes.
Enter Tama, the popular girl. She'll help KJ to get rid of the Geeks by being mean so that KJ will be with Richardson,...more
The story centers around KJ, a high school junior who was just given the job of stage manager for her school's musical production of Grease. I think a lot of people can relate to KJ, I certainly can. There a...more
KJ is smart, a good friend (generally), stage manager of the school play, and (to her way of thinking) too nice. Since she can't bring herself to tell people how she really feels, her every step is following by three adoring geeks. While her interest, of course, lies with the popular star of the basketball team.
While life at school becomes in increasing drama (off stage) of divas, hidden ag...more
I can relate to this book because there are some girls who would try to to anything...more
KJ Miller is a geek magnet. And to prove it, she's got not one, not two, but three geeks following her every move. Sure they bother her, especially Glenn with his constant rude remarks, but deep inside KJ just can't be mean. Or can she? When KJ unexpectedly befriends high school starlit, Tama Gold, she suddenly finds herself in the "in" crowd; but hanging with the populars comes...more
November 19, 2010
Weight of the World
Is following the crowd ever worth changing who you are? Ever had to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders to meet other’s expectations? “Geek Magnet” by Kieran Scott is an inspiring tale that touches upon how peer pressures affects your life and who you are as a person.
KJ is followed and worshiped by the geeks of the school. Worshiped as much as coming down with embarrassment of how her peers see her as the “geek magnet”...more
I bought this book because I'm a huge fan of Kieran Scott/Kate Brian and anything with geeks is just sounds interesting!... Bring back Screech memories (yep, that was a Saved by the Bell reference and nope, I wasn't old enough to watch it first time round! But come on the oldies are the besties, right?!) So as I was saying I've read a number of her books in the past but have yet to do reviews of them so will probably get round to do it soon.
So this gir...more
I can make a text to text connection with the Private series. In the first book, Re...more
So here is the thing, KJ is pretty, super nice, smart, and the stage manager of her highschool musical, Grease.
KJ is super, super nice and sometimes she wishes she was mean but she just can't do it. Until she meets Tama Gold. Her last name matches her. Tama is the gorgeous queen of the popular group, star of the musical Grease and the girl who will help KJ with all her pro...more
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