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The Bex Carter Dramadies 1: How NOT to do High School

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The first book of the Bex Carter Dramadies

Warning: This is what NOT to do.

High school is supposed to be Bex's time to shine, but things are off to a rocky start. First, her aunt embarrasses her on her very first day of high school. Next, Bex tries out for the soccer team and inadvertently makes the team captain angry. Then there’s the struggle to keep her grades up witho
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Published March 24th 2017 by Marlowe Blue Publications
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Danielle's
Jan 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
High school isn't the easiest experience for some. You just have to muddle through and try to make the right decisions. Bex carter is living with her aunt and her family. On the first day back at school she is embarrassed by one of her cousins and the school year takes a downwards spiral from there.

This is a lighthearted comedy with a good sentimental message. It's the start of a series of books following Bex. It covers the ups and downs of high school with a few immature giggles and some awesom
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Gea
Jan 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Bex has her priorities straight and with that she steps into a new adventure.
Of course almost nothing goes as planned so she adapts and makes the best of it.

I love that she’s not such a girlie girl, there are already so many books about them.
Even with what happened to her she trusts her gut feeling and that is awesome!

After reading the teaser for the next book I know I’ll want to read that too.

I received a copy from Hidden Gems and this is my honest and voluntary review
Aisha
Dec 12, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: contemporary
It is a light read, still not a good one. There is a lot of issues regarding this book, so I will put them in points:

1) This is supposed to be about Bex Carter experience as she starts high school. We are told that it starts on a horrible note, but not much happen. This is basically it for the whole book. Every problem Bex is about to face gets solved before it is even explored or for you to feel anything toward the character. All her problems are solved easily to the point where it's not realis
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thriftydigs
Jan 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!

I loved this book and I love the variety in it
Also it is very useful advise to me because next year l’m going to high school.
Athira K
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This series ROCKS!
Amital Harji
Aug 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great book

It kept me interested would definitely recommend💗definitely relatable characters for teens like me who are going through the school dramas
Sarah Crawford
Sep 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Bex wants to do well in high school but there are problems. She lives with her aunt and uncle who have three kids, all of them nasty. She wants to be on the school's soccer team but she manages to make the team captain angry. Seems Bex knows better plays to use and the captain wants nothing of that.

She likes a boy named Lucas but her aunt says she can't date anyone until she is twenty-one. (Some one's really out of touch with reality there.) There's also a girl who is the subject of bullying, a
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Candy Robosky
Jan 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
How Not to do High School was a quick read and very appropriate for freshman in high school. Many of the things Bex talks about are very often things any new student has to deal with at high school. I like that she used the story to address so many high school issues. It is very hard going from a small middle school to a big high school. Many students have no idea what to expect or what to do. This book gives them a heads up to what could happen and how they could respond.

I am leaving my honest
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annette08
Jan 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Funny

I was given this ARC as an honest read for an honest review. Bex is starting high school. She is this outgoing, soccer playing, journalist writing, amazing character. She meets Lucas, goes to her first party and stands up for her friends. This is a cute and funny read.
Stephanie
Jan 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Drama, Drama, Drama! This was a fun teen story. Likable characters and cute storyline. I am looking forward to the next in the series!

I was gifted an ARC in return of an honest review.
Sabiha
Jul 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Five Stars 🌟

Hi! This book was the best! I don't know how to describe it. think of it as the best book ever ! Great job Tiffany!
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Nov 22, 2020 rated it liked it
Nice, quick story. A few grammatical errors/typos, which if removed, would make the story a smoother read.
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