I See You, Baby...
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I See You, Baby...

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Sally and Keith have one thing in common - they are both fed up with who they are, so taking on new identities and becoming VIPs at this year's Rock Out festival seems an ideal escape from their everyday lives. When they meet, they like each other..but what will happen when Keith finds out Sally isn't a famous stylist and when Sally finds out that Keith, although Dead Hole...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 20th 2005 by Barrington Stoke Ltd
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Nov 28, 2011 Den rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011, teen
A quick read teen book, read on the journey to work. It's basically about 2 teens who are both fed up with their way of life and who they actually are. Both find themselves heading off to a huge festival. Sally is sacked from her job by a posh girl looking for trouble but who launches her bag at Sally saying it's all ruined. sally when looking for dry clothes finds some decent gear and a VIP Pass to the festival so heads off. Meanwhile Keith should have been going with his pals, who back out, to...more
Jun 23, 2013 Abby rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommended to Abby by: others by the authors
I head heard that this dual author collaboration was a fun read about two British teens and a mishap at a concert. However, I found it kind of boring, predictable and flat. I have read a lot of YA lit and this just was meh in a genre that has so many good things to offer. It's good that this only took about an hour to read.
In this book it is fun to read because it is from two points of view. But it is not a good story and way to easy to read. This book is not long enough so at the end you want to know what will happen in the future with Sally and Keith. In i see you baby the plot is not very believable.
Jul 26, 2011 Tessie added it
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This book was great, no matter what other people say.

The end was too short, and the story was brilliant.

stop complaining that the book is different then other novels from this author, you can't get hurt for a few changes, right?
I understand that it's tittle and cover may be a little misleading but it's a good book with two different sides of the story which makes it even better
Swedish title: Vi ses, baby...
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