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Go! (Art & Coll #3)

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He was gone and now he's back."Now what?
Paperback, 234 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by HarperTempest (first published January 1st 2001)
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Nicola
I have a lot of time for Kate Cann’s Diving In (‘Art and Coll’) trilogy. Even though the storylining is a bit rough, I think it captures something true about teenage relationships. There’s a realism (sometimes giddy, sometimes bleak) to the books that is missing from most of the other 1,783 teen romances I’ve read.

Cann eschews a lot of the familiar teen novel clichés. Heroine Coll may be consumed by her relationship with bad boy Art, but she also Does Stuff. She has hobbies. She gets a job. She...more
Julie
When I began this short and easy-to-read series I was delighted with the teenage angst and romantic dilemmas (although I warn its a little racier than most YA), but the end of this trilogy made something in me really angry. Both Coll and Art have issues, but where Coll is sweet and confused, Art is a straight narcissist who manipulates, womanizes, and shows a complete lack of empathy time and time again. Just when you think, "Oh, he really does have a heart underneath all that chiseled beauty."...more
Sofi
teeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrible
Kirsty
Last book in the trilogy from Kate Cann. Quite emotional, but still funny. The characters are very real and I felt a sense of connection with them. Having read this series as a teenager, it helped to know that I wasn't the only one experiencing these emotions, and going through a similar situation. Great books
Nell
It is an alright book. I wouldn't say it was particularly amazing, but for those who like teen dramas about boys I suppose this books for you. I read it thinking it was something completely different, and picked it up at the library without recognising it was the third book of its trilogy.
Paige
I didn't like how the book ended. It kind of ended abruptly and it left you hanging on what was going to happen with Col and Art.
Chelsea
was kind of disappointed in how this all got wrapped up. certainly wasn't as good as the others.
Michelle Sallay
I loved this series so much. It could have gone on for books and books if they stayed this good.
Shannon Toon
One of the best books i've ver read. Need to find the book about Arts side of the story :)
..) Cécile (..
Read this about ten years ago. Nice light read, but I've outgrown it
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When I was a child, I wanted to be a witch. My first foray into writing was a series of nasty spells full of rats’ tails and bats’ wings. Then, when I turned thirteen, I began keeping a lurid diary, full of adoration or loathing, depending on who I was writing about. I used my later diaries for the Diving In trilogy.

I never thought ‘I want to be a writer’, but I loved books and writing. At school...more
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