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Hello...Wrong Number (Point)

3.84  ·  Rating Details ·  44 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
A wrong number call marks the beginning of an interesting relationship between two teenagers.
Mass Market Paperback, 0 pages
Published July 19th 1981 by Scholastic (first published 1981)
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Katie Fitzgerald
Dec 18, 2016 Katie Fitzgerald rated it it was amazing
Hello... Wrong Number is a short and sweet paperback YA novel originally published in 1981. A teenage girl named Angie intends to call the object of her affection, a boy named Jim McCone, but when she dials the wrong number, she gets a different Jim. In a series of phone calls, Angie and the wrong Jim become quite close, sharing confidences and saying things to each other they’d never say to anyone else. But they have never met face to face. Will Angie, who can be quite shallow about boys, still ...more
Chance Lee
Jul 08, 2012 Chance Lee rated it really liked it
Hello... Wrong Number is a chaste pseudo-prequel to Nicholson Baker's Vox. Both books take place with almost 100% dialogue and no dialogue tags. They're about two lonely people, in this case teenagers, trying to bond with each other over the telephone. And in both novels, the two characters are brought together through happenstance. As this book is for teenagers, there aren't any hardcore sex fantasies, but you just know they're there. Angie, the main character, is a little bit slutty for sixtee ...more
Joshua Gross
Jul 09, 2012 Joshua Gross rated it liked it
This book had a good message and was cute and all, but I didn't like Angie very much. She seemed like a shallow, stuck-up, promiscuous kind of gal who thought being gay was worse than being a serial killer...
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Sep 18, 2010 Elena rated it liked it
This book is sooo cute. It only took me thirty minutes to read, it went bye sooo quick. I wished it was longer not just a short book!
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