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Prom Nights from Hell
3.33
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Mar 13, 2012
Apr 02, 2009
 
Project Princess (The Princess Diaries, #4.5)
3.49
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not set
Apr 02, 2009
 
Girls Night Out (Red Dress Ink Novels)
3.58
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Apr 06, 2009
 
Girls' Night In
3.55
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Apr 06, 2009
 
The Merlin Prophecy (Avalon High: Coronation, #1)
3.32
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Apr 02, 2009
 
All-American Girl (All-American Girl, #1)
3.72
If there is one essential part to Meg Cabot’s books, it is fun. Frothy, I need something entertaining, humorous fun. And this delivers. Sam is definit...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Victoria and the Rogue
3.58
I liked this a lot better than Nicola & the Viscount, mainly because Victoria is more of an engaging heroine. It also seems a little more plausibl...more
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Oct 18, 2009
 
Boy Meets Girl (Boy, #2)
3.79
Out of the Boy trilogy, I’d have to say that I like this book the best. The characters are very relatable, Kate and Mitch have a great chemistry throu...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Princess in Love (The Princess Diaries, #3)
3.72
As I said for the review of the last book, I consider the first three Princess Diaries books to be a mini-trilogy in themselves. Princess in Love has...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Princess in Waiting (The Princess Diaries, #4)
3.62
And now we begin with the real filler. The biggest problem with the Princess Diaries is that it’s supposed to cover Mia’s high school career, and when...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Ninth Key (The Mediator, #2)
4.07
In a lot of longer series, I tend to look at some books as filler. This is one of them. A lot of Ninth Key revolves around Suze settling into her role...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Shadowland (The Mediator, #1)
4.06
Random disclaimer: This is the first Meg Cabot book I ever read (granted, underneath the Jenny Carroll name, I didn’t make the connection until later)...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Ready or Not (All-American Girl, #2)
3.39
While I’m initially wary of a sequel to a stand-alone book, I have been proven a few times that it can, indeed, work. I have no idea why I rated this...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Jinx
3.73
I kinda need to explain myself here before I get to the review proper: around 2007-2008ish, I started falling out with Meg Cabot’s books, particularly...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Haunted (The Mediator, #5)
4.16
This was actually the second book in the Mediator series that I picked up (don’t ask how I managed that one), so a lot of the plot from the previous t...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Princess in Pink (The Princess Diaries, #5)
3.66
This isn’t a bad entry—I had fun with a lot of book five, and there is a sense of Mia growing up and getting out of her shell a bit in this. That said...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Teen Idol
3.52
This has to be one of the best examples of a good Meg Cabot book—the characters are fun and believable, the writing’s good, the plot’s believable (if...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Reunion (The Mediator, #3)
4.09
Another filler book, but again, one that develops the ghost/mediator rules and more characterization. (Yay!) I liked Gina finally being introduced in...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Princess in Training (The Princess Diaries, #6)
3.66
One of the things I mentioned in the All-American Girl reviews is that Mia is a very immature character compared to other Meg Cabot heroines, and it s...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Darkest Hour (The Mediator, #4)
4.17
Let’s talk about love triangles for a moment: I am really not a fan of them. If they’re handled well, then fine, I can stomach them. However, the tren...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Big Boned (Heather Wells, #3)
3.81
As I mentioned in the last review, this series is very standalone; aside from Heather’s budding romance with Cooper, there’s really not much to keep t...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Every Boy's Got One (Boy, #3)
3.77
While this is a better book than Boy Next Door, I still had some massive plotting and characterization issues as I read through it. The overall story...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Queen of Babble in the Big City (Queen of Babble, #2)
3.76
Book Two has a few better things going for it than the first one, but hoo boy. There’s still a lot of things I complained about from the first book th...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Size 14 Is Not Fat Either (Heather Wells, #2)
3.80
The second book in trilogies are what make or break it. Fortunately, for a series like the Heather Wells mysteries, the books are largely stand-alone...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Twilight (The Mediator, #6)
4.25
Continuing with the side discussion about love triangles, this is the book that really made me detest Paul. Not because of his reasons for travelling...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
How to Be Popular
3.55
Apparently, this book will tell you what shoes to wear, how to fix your hair, and everything that really counts to be popular; it knows about popular—...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Party Princess (The Princess Diaries, #7)
3.66
As I’ve been hinting through my reread of the series, I am not a fan of book seven. While the last three books have been filler, it’s most apparent in...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
She Went All the Way
3.68
I didn’t pick up this book for the longest time, and after finally having read it, I can probably say that there was a good reason why I avoided it fo...more
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May 20, 2011
 
Tommy Sullivan Is A Freak
3.66
There’s really not much that I can say on this book. There are some books that work well when they’re character-driven, but a good plot also helps. Th...more
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Apr 02, 2009
 
Queen of Babble (Queen of Babble, #1)
3.70
I have mixed feelings on this series as a whole. It starts off weak, but it starts to pick up towards the end by throwing a few different surprises. W...more
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Apr 02, 2009
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