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Being Friends with Boys by Terra Elan McVoy
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Apr 05, 2012

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bookshelves: contemporary-fiction, galley-grab-arc, ya-fiction, arc, 2012-reads, 2012-reviews
Read on April 05, 2012

3.5 out of 5

Light, easy and cute, Being Friends With Boys is an entertaining and fast read. While there's not a lot of originality to be found in the plot, Char and Company make for an excellent ensemble cast. There are a lot of characters to enjoy here, outside of the main character: Fabian, Benji, Trip, plus pretty much Charlotte's extended family. I didn't expect much from this, even to finish it, but I was sucked in and had a good time while reading.

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Reading Progress

04/05/2012 page 67
18.0% "This is surprisingly good; predictable but not boring."
04/05/2012 page 224
61.0% "This isn't a literary achievement it anything, but it is quite entertaining. And for once, the lyrics used for Sad Jackal's songs aren't completely laughable, like in other music-focused books b"
04/05/2012 page 312
85.0% "This such an easy read but I'm entertained by Charlotte and Company."

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