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This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker

3.87  ·  Rating details ·  76 ratings  ·  19 reviews
In this heartwarming companion to Drive Me Crazy, twelve-year-old Fiona Coppleton is living a middle schooler’s worst nightmare: her diary was made public and her best friend is partly to blame.

Fiona and Cassie are supposed to be best friends forever. No one else listens or makes Fiona laugh like Cassie, and that meant everything when Fiona’s parents were divorcing. They l
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published May 10th 2016 by Katherine Tegen Books
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Beyond the Pages
Apr 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker by Terra Elan McVoy is hands down one of the best middle grade reads I have come across. I absolutely loved this story! It spoke volumes. It reminded me of what a minefield of emotions one experiences in those tender years between elementary school and high school. It also reminded me of the importance of staying true to self no matter what.

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Initial Meeting ->
Cassie and Fiona were best friends. They had a history rich with good times, but th
Maria Tag
Jul 16, 2017 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: tween girls
"This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker" was a solid enough book that had a fantastic start but a shaky end.
Fiona Coppleton is fortunate. She has a best friend, great (but divorced) parents, and an over-all happy and blessed life. UN-fortunately, though, her perfect little utopia is blasted to pieces when Doomsday comes.

Okay, not the ACTUAL end of the world. More like what most likely SEEMS like the end of the world to a seventh-grader. So, anyways, what happens is that Fiona's private diary ge
Brooke Banks
I didn't realize until The Writer's Camp that Fiona was black. There was that little description and detail. I honestly don't see how the cover connects to the characters at all. With this and the author being white, I'm not classifying it as a diverse read. This feels just like every other status quo book. A throwaway line isn't enough to differentiate.

I haven't read Drive Me Crazy before reading this and I don't plan on it. It seems like this book would come first and Drive Me Crazy would com
Jul 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book. It was a fast and fun read. This is a story of two girls who are best friends until something happens to one of them, that's when their friendship gets tasted. This a story of growing up and figuring out how friendships change and grew us they do.
Apr 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book is one of my favorite books ever!! I recommend this book for ages 7+ maybe younger. I could totally relate to Fiona with all the friend drama going on. I really recommend this this book 📚
Apr 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
It is a really good book and I learned a lot about friendship and you would to. I would recommend it to anyone. (girls mainly)
Bell Maken
Feb 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
so easy to relate to
Apr 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
A perfectly relatable growing up book. It almost felt like reading a diary from my junior high self!
Ms. Yingling
Apr 22, 2016 rated it liked it
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In this companion to Drive Me Crazy, we meet Fiona, whose best friend Cassie does not stop a popular from reading Fiona's diary, and the two fall out because of it. Cassie is mad that Fiona wrote things about her, and Fiona feels that her privacy was invaded. Cassie then takes off on her adventure in Drive Me Crazy, and Fiona is faced with a summer alone. Since her parents are divorced, Fiona has struggled. Her younger sister Leelu is perfectly happy to han
Apr 21, 2016 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. A lot more than I thought I would. It has a little bit of everything, especially with the characters, which made it fun to read. Each character had such a personality that was believable and easy to love.

I personally would classify this as a diverse book. The diversity might not be as obvious as other diverse books out there. However, the main character Fiona and her sister Leelu are black. And Fiona met a friend with two dads. Then, her mother is a single independent
Katie Fitzgerald
This companion novel to Drive Me Crazy explores Cassie Parker's quest for popularity through the eyes of her best friend, Fiona. Fiona aspires to be a writer, and she keeps her innermost thoughts about her classmates in a diary. When her diary is stolen and subsequently read aloud as part of a prank perpetrated by Cassie's new friend, Kendra Mack and her gang of mean girls, Cassie does not come to her defense, leaving Fiona to fend for herself as an outcast. Thankfully, Fiona has writing as her ...more
Julie Trapp
Sep 17, 2016 rated it it was ok
2.5. Cassie is really whiny and the story was very predictable. Her BGF Fiona has her diary stolen & read on the bus, much to her embarrassment. Supposed friend & social climber Cassie doesn't intervene to stop the kids from reading & laughing & this causes a rift in their friendship. To her credit, Fiona is not vengeful (except for one small incident at the mall) where she could really have been nasty to the students. A good middle school read, but you just knew from the start h ...more
Jul 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
Fiona's life seems ruined when her diary is stolen and read aloud on the bus, her best friend ditches her for the popular girls and her father's girlfriend keeps butting in where she's not wanted. It's too much for one girl to take! Luckily, she's a strong young woman and she's got people in her life who can help her navigate the pitfalls of middle school if she'll let them in.
This had way more depth than I expected and the diverse characters were a welcome change. I will be adding to my recomm
Anne Bodenrader
Jun 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book! Fiona has just finished 7th grade, her diary was stolen and read out loud by the mean/popular girls, and her best friend and she are not even talking. Her parents are divorced, and her dad's new girlfriend seems to be stealing her little sister away. And yet, Fiona is strong, and she finds out what makes a real friend, and what she really cares about. This book has excellent truths nestled into the story, and wonderful advice for any girl trying to survive middle sc ...more
Feb 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
I thoroughly enjoyed being able to read this. Although, there were a few parts that confused me because of how they were worded. But, I always found myself skimming ahead and reading faster to find out what would happen next. I put off quite a bit of work and regret nothing.

In this book, you get to follow the life of a soon-to-be-eighth-grader, Fiona. You get to experience what she goes through with Cassie, Kendra and her friends, Tyrick, and even a few new friends a long the way. I would recomm
Sep 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I love it! I love it! I love it!
Nov 07, 2016 rated it liked it
A sweet middle school story about friendship, family, and divorce that will be popular with fans of realistic fiction.
Nov 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Received as an ARC at the PLA conference. Great middle school read covering all the "drama" that goes along with divorce, mean girls, siblings, etc.
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