What happened was I read an article on banned books, and this was mentioned. I went to Amazon to read a synopsis, and somehow my finger hit the "Buy With One-Click" or whatever button, and there it was, on my Kindle.
The Internet Girls series follows the lives of three Atlanta girls who are BFF's: wild-child Maddie, relatively normal Angela, and the quiet, bookish Zoe.
This was a super fun, easy and cute series. Nothing intense of course, there's not much to actually review. But if you're looking for something light and funny, this series is great. The girls are hilarious and I found myself getting actually invested in their st...more
The premise is pretty straightforward: YOLO ...more
Didn't get sucked into it until around 10/15 pages in. Once I did though I couldn't stop reading! It just as funny and enjoyable as the past 3. I really like Reid, though it wasn't much we got on him, but I think he's cute! I really wished the book was longer though. It was so short, if all that happened in like 2 months, what'll happen in the rest of the year?! I seriously hope there will be another book!
Since I hadn't read this as a kid, and this was me reading college students as a college student instead of reading high schoolers as a preteen/child, I think I was more judgey of how plotlines were ...more
I was charmed! The snapshots we got of their ...more
One thing I didn't like about this book was that it had a lot of cursing and it got a little annoying. The three main characters are Mad ...more
I read the first books when I was a teenager, and was SO excited for this new one set in college! There has never really been another book series like this, so I was looking forward to another technology driven book.
What I don't understand is why, when it's 2014, they're still using AIM. Does AIM even exist anymore? Even though they mentioned Instagram and Twitter in passing, I felt like this book could've really been something more, possibly integrating Instagram, tumblr, snapchat, and F ...more
This book made it so easy for me to jump back into the lives of these girls, and now that I've been in college awhile, it was interesting to see where they all were headed in their college lives. Some of the book was a bit pr ...more
I honestly think this ...more
I was excited to see yolo join the ranks of the college-age young/new adult trend that's happening. It was especially nice to see the transition with characters we already know. As always, Myracle both delighted and horrified me with the latest edition to her oft-challenged series.
I have mixed feelings about the girls continuing to communicate via IM when FB chat is a thing, and still cannot tell Maddie and Zoe apart because they both use black font. But, I have to admit thi ...more
Her first novel, Kissing Kate, was selected as one of ALA's "Best Books ...more