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3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  346 Ratings  ·  21 Reviews
This fall finds our ever-indecisive 16-year-old heroine at the end of her sophomore year and facing some big decisions. Prom looms on the horizon, and beyond that, three months of summer! Will Haley play Good Girl with Reese, Bad Girl with Spence, or Alterna Girl with Devon? Will the decisions she's been making all year come back to haunt her? Find out in the fourth novel ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 26th 2007 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2007)
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May 02, 2012 Geli rated it did not like it
Shelves: teen
Okay so let me just say, that I completely messed up when buying this book. I actually meant to buy the first of the series but it wasnt til midway through the book i realized that this couldnt have been the first one. So i'll try to be objective since I havent read the whole series.

I was intrigued to read this best it was a 'create-your-own' novel book. But as I continued to read the story line seemed a bit lacking. Perhaps it was because of the way I choose to complete the story. But it just s
Apr 23, 2009 Molly rated it it was ok
Shelves: ya
I expected a little more from this. I love the concept and the cover (I have a real weakness for a flashy cover :) Anyhow, I didn't think the transitions were especially good between the "what would you do?" and the section you were directed to. But I still really like this idea, and I think a lot of girls would like this as light reading. Also not apparent is that this is a series about a particular highschool and has the same recurring characters and protagonist. I thought it would be written ...more
Jun 22, 2008 Kate rated it it was ok
Shelves: teen-fiction
I was intrigued by this at first because it is written a la "choose your own adventure." Except, in a supposed hip, cool, teen way called "choose your own destiny."
I was liking it a bit, but then everything just became completely disjointed, which I'm sure happens often with these types of books.
And then, when I took the path where Haley gets drunk at the prom, the story abruptly ended with her half naked in the back of a limo and I was told to go back to page 1 and start all over. I guess I wa
Jul 19, 2011 Nicole rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya
I loved the idea of a CYOA for YA girls. However, this one wasn't well done. Very disjointed, and sometimes makes reference to choices you didn't make. Great idea, but poor execution.
Dec 12, 2009 Gigglepuff marked it as to-read
Hey what is the title of this book supposed to mean??? its weirdical! and disturbing!
Michelle Arrow
Dec 12, 2012 Michelle Arrow rated it really liked it
After all, these novels cannot be perfect, in my opinion, but they are utterly terrific I may say!

Haley strikes again! After a decision-making spring break at Spain, Paris or at home sweet home, Haley is in it to win it. More choices to make, more hearts to break, Haley is a girl who has tons of friends, in different cliques. Having to choose between the art geeks, populars, nerds, or jocks, Haley has to go past the gossip, and into the truth.

Haley is becoming a stronger heroine every
Oct 11, 2016 Nikki rated it liked it
I've read through several different outcomes in the book and so I'm counting it read. I always enjoyed the choose your own adventure books as a kid, so I thought I'd give this one three stars because it didn't develop much in each story, but that's usually to be expected with a book of this type. I think middle school readers would enjoy this series. This is the first and only one I've read of this series so far. I guess I started in the middle of the series somewhere, but I got the idea of it. ...more
Oct 27, 2015 Caileen rated it did not like it
What if everyone was doing it is by Liz Ruckdeschel. This book is definitely not one I would recommend. To be blunt, it was boring, confusing, and had lack of detail... or maybe too much? Although it was a good concept,but it was weak in more areas than it had strength. It was about a girl who had returned to school from spring break and she was "out of the loop" with her friends and social media. She hadn't had her phone buzz all week, then she returns to school and has to choose what path she ...more
i think this book teaches a lesson the lesson is that no matter if everyone does something if you dont want you dont have to.Like basically this book talks about peer pressure everyone has thier own boyfriend or have come back from spring break being more closer to thier boyfriends but when haley gets her own boyfriend he wants to be close to but Haley is just not ready SO WITH THAT BEING SAID IF YOU DONT WANT TO DONT DO IT .I think its time for haley to move because nobody has the right to make ...more
Jul 31, 2011 Rena rated it it was ok
I seem to always pick these up. I need to find better short books to read in the library while I wait around. I think there is supposed to be an order to these, but it is hard to tell. They may just be seperate adventures that have nothing to do with each other. It would help a little if they were numbered.
Apr 10, 2016 Alexis rated it liked it
I liked this book. It was more about relationships and a breakup, not ever getting into anything like it's title.
Holly Letson

Not real impressed. I wish she had ended up with Devon, instead of worrying so much about the two-timing Sebastian.
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It`s alright I guess. I little confusing since I skipped the one before it accidently, but okay. ...more
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