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24 момичета за 7 дни

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Кой e Джaк Гpaмъp?
Джaк Гpaмъp никогa нямa дa ви опипвa дупeто по вpeмe нa някой блуc.
Джaк Гpaмъp e джeнтълмeн, пpитeжaвa cобcтвeн cмокинг и имa пpeвъзxодeн вкуc зa коpcaжи.
Джaк Гpaмъp cи тъpcи дaмa зa бaлa. Дaли товa можe дa cтe виe?
Eлeктpоннa пощa: HовотоMиГaджeЗaБaлa@yahоо.соm

Кaкво точно ce cлучвa?
Двaмaтa нaй-добpи пpиятeли нa Джaк ca пуcнaли тaзи обявa в eлeктpонн
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published 2007 by ИнфоДАР (first published February 3rd 2005)
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Carly
Jun 22, 2008 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like funny YA and who don't get as attached to authors as I do
The first third of this book was amazing. I thought, "I have found another brilliant YA author who is HILARIOUS that I can now Google relentlessly and stalk online!" Really, the beginning of the book was hysterical. I was laughing out loud at least once per page.

Then the book got a lot more laborious for one of two possible reasons. I am still not sure which one it was. Possibility #1 is that the book actually got worse and gradually started to suck more and more until it dwindled to a logical y
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Amirah I.
Jack Grammar has it all: the brain, the humor, the cute look and great friends. Surely getting a girl to prom isn't a big of a deal to him, no? But as it turns out, that is the skill he's lacking of: girls. So with prom's approaching and he's still dateless, his two best friends, Percy and Natalie step in to solve (or meddle in) his problems.

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It all started out as a joke. They put up an advertisement in the school webpage to find Jack's potential prom partner, and Jack is totally clueless about i
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Arminzerella
Desperate for a prom date, Jack Grammar tries his own version of speed dating. It starts off with his awkward conversation with Pamela who seems interested, then weirded out. She turns him down. That’s when Jack’s friends Natalie, Dan, and Percy decide that they should run a personals ad for him in the school newspaper to help him get a date and help him meet new people. He finds out about it the next week when they inform him that 140 girls have responded to his ad. Jack is stunned. How can so ...more
Tara Day
I cannot simply express how much I love this book. I have read this novel at least - at least - twenty times and still laugh, still have those "aww" moments, still identify with and adore the lead character, Jack Grammar. It's a book about growing up, falling in love, learning life's shitty lessons, and that's just in high school.

The narrative is hilarious! Jack's thoughts are random, some may even call it spastic, but yet still easy to follow. He's funny and dorky in a way that makes you love
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Chloe
Jun 14, 2015 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I think this is the first 1 star rating I have given this year....
The book starts off really good! Until about page 60, then it becomes a repetitive boring mess. It's just a bunch of unrealistic perfect quirky girls going on random dates.
Meghan
Jul 20, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Sorry Reilly - I just couldn't get into this one. There were some twists which prevented this novel from being everything that you would expect, and for that reason it warrants the 2 stars, but I just didn't enjoy myself reading this one. I honestly just felt a little offended the entire time. It read more like an encyclopedia on all the ways that teenage girls are horrible than anything else. Our dashing male lead was fine, I suppose. A bit boring. How many novels have I read about the smart, 6 ...more
Katrina
May 25, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: hard-copies
I thought this was really really cute. It was very predictable, but I don't care. This was funny and entertaining and so much better than I was expecting it to be. Poor Jack had so much to deal with in the week before prom that I'm surprised he didn;t go crazy. One of the few complaints I have is that NAtalie was a really horrible friend, and I can't stand her character at all. This book was short and sweet and I'll probably read more by this author again.
Kamaria Johnson
Do you want to erase the silly things your friends do for you Like posting an ad of you on the internet In addition, I wouldn't like my picture on the internet because It would be a disaster. This books genre is realistic fiction.

This book takes place in the year 2008 at a school. Jack has a dream to go to prom but he doesn't have anyone to take, so his friends post an ad and suddenly it turns into a game to see who will jack take.Then he finally makes the decision that is right for him. Furth
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N.T. Embe
Dec 22, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who don't want to read anything new, or are looking for something "blah."
Recommended to N.T. by: Library
Blah, blah, blah. It was an okay book. Truthfully, I was entertained for the first part. Eh, maybe about... the first twenty to fifty pages or so. *Shrugs* But to be quite frank and honest, this book wasn't that big of a deal. You read it, it's over, you're done and move on. Nothing memorable, nothing that wasn't predictable. It's like that time-old movie that you see on TV that's been rehashed with just a different set of characters to fill the same stereotypical roles time and time again. Was ...more
Kamaria Johnson
Do you want to erase the silly things your friends do for you? Like posting a ad of you on the internet? To me that would be a disaster! This books genre is realistic fiction.

This book takes place in the morning and evening at school. Jack has a dream to go to prom but he doesn't have anyone to take so his friends post an ad and suddenly it turns into a game to see who will jack take.Then he finally makes the decision that is right for him. The theme is relationships because Jack has to go on di
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Christine
The first time I saw this book, my thoughts were: "Hmm, seems a little playerific for me. Misogynistic, in fact."
Fast forward a few weeks. Being in a library for two hours will make you very willing to read a seemingly...disturbing book. And that age old statement comes to mind...Never judge a book by its cover. Which wasn't intended literally...but that's how I took it.
So, I start reading. And it's not bad. Not horrible, anyway. Jack turns out to be a sweet, slightly dorky/nerdy kid. And his fr
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Jess
Feb 01, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: non jaded teens, prom hungry readers, YA lit fans willing to attempt a prom/ HS dating book
Recommended to Jess by: The Bulletin via my creation of a party bibliography
Shelves: ya, z_09
Rejected by the prom date of his dreams, Jack scoffs at the idea that anyone will respond to a personal ad placed by his friends, Natalie and Percy. When an overwhelming number of girls respond, Jack has only seven days to figure out whom to take.

Yea! A pop fiction teen book with some tension that doesn't automatically give away the mystery/ending. There were some parts I really liked (see quote below) and some parts that were OK. I think plenty of teens will like the premise and I know they'll
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Jessica
Jan 23, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya
SWM high school guy looking for that special someone on prom night. NS, in great shape (avid runner), a little too smart for his own good. Will you be the one to wear his corsage?

A fun, lighthearted book with some romance from a guy's POV. Lots of humor, good character growth, non-pat ending.

Only one thing dates this book, which was published in 2006. Jack's friend, Natalie, still has dial up, which I realize is still around (especially in rural areas), but Natalie's family is rich and would've
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Cheryl
Jan 04, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Actual Rating: 3.5 of 5 thorns

At times, humorous. Compelling narrative and storytelling. Dramatic, as high school is.
Lexi Trull
I picked this book because it seemed like a fun teen romance to read during the summer. I was pleasantly surprised by how much more complicated the book was. In the book his friends put an ad online to try and get him a prom date, it starts off as a joke but then more than 200 girls respond. His friends whittle the 200 down to 24 and that's when it gets complicated. He can only pick one and keeping all 24 straight gets kind of confusing. And trust me you will not expect the ending. This was a gr ...more
Veselina Bakalova-Mihaylovska
Jul 05, 2017 rated it did not like it
Оценката ми казва всичко...диалозите бяха глупави, сюжетът изтъркан и без нещо, каквото и да е, което да те прикове към страниците. Довърших я единствено поради факта, че не обичам да оставям книга. Може би ми се струва твърде далечна темата за бала, но наистина не разбрах цялата "драма" покрай него.
Kaydence Kenealy
May 18, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I did not think it was good, It had a really slow start middle and ending, there were no good parts I would not recomend reading it, I mean if you would like to be my guest otherwise I would not read it
Carmen
Aug 12, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was going to give this book 2 stars but I bumped it up to 3 simply because there were a few (very few) adorable moments. Overall though, it was pretty much a hot mess. His friends were SO horrible and most of these girls were pointless.
Flossmoor Public Library (IL)
3 stars

- Ms. Jenn
Ghawig
Aug 23, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
It was pretty cute, but I thought the ending was kinda weird and the book was really predictable. Not my favorite.
Matt Guion
May 17, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There are few things in this world sadder than Jack Grammar’s love life. Though he’s cute, smart, and funny--three qualities that should equal “chick magnet,”--he’s also hopelessly awkward and geeky. Now it’s his senior prom, something he’s dreamed about since his sisters dressed up and made him play “prom” with them, and he wants a date. So his friends Percy and Natalie try to help him out by putting out a personal ad in the school newspaper. Soon, he has nearly 150 responses to the ad. So one ...more
Kat Mandu
Jun 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Kat Mandu says...

I cannot simply express how much I love this book. I have read this novel at least – at least – twenty times and still laugh, still have those “aww” moments, still identify with and adore the lead character, Jack Grammar. It’s a book about growing up, falling in love, learning life’s shitty lessons, and that’s just in high school.

The narrative is hilarious! Jack’s thoughts are random, some may even call it spastic, but yet still easy to follow. He’s funny and dorky in a way that
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Billy Barber
Sep 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Billy Barber
Book Review “24 girls in 7 days”
“24 Girls in 7 Days” is a fiction book written by Alex Bradley. The main characters are Jack, Percy, and Natalie. Jack is a smart boy but he isn’t very good with women. When he finally works up the nerve to ask his long time crush, Pamela, to prom, he bombed it. When his friends Percy and Natalie found out they decided it was their job to get Jack a prom date. They posted an ad on the school website asking if anyone was interested in going with Jack a
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Diana
Oct 25, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 12th-advisory
24 Girls in 7 Days
By Alex Bradley
Puffin 2007
272 Pgs.
ISBN 0142408344

Prom, a special night of every seniors' lives. Everyone always think that they are unprepared for prom, and this is why everyone begins to prepare about a month or two before the special day comes. Jack Grammar, a typical average senior, has no prom date. But with the help of his two best friends, Percy and Natalie, he now has too many choices. They put an ad on their online version of the school newspaper, and with a few li
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Sara ♥
This book was REALLY cute, and I wasn't sure how it was going to end (i.e. who he was going to end up with), but I really liked the way it ended... I'm not sure I'd call this "realistic fiction," because would this really happen? Who knows. But I sure enjoyed reading it!

All right, so this book was written by a guy from a male high-school senior's point-of-view, which under most circumstances frightens me, because I honestly don't want to know how much teenage boys think about sex. No thank you.
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Marisa
Aug 05, 2008 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: boybooks, ya
Quick reading, quite witty and only marginally predictable. A good "guy romance."

Jack Grammar is a great guy -- he's got the holy trinity of what girls are looking for. He's cute, funny and smart. So why doesn't he have a date to the Prom? A week out from the big day, he's pretty much resigned himself to datelessnes when a girl he works with tells him that she's responded to his personal ad on the school paper website. Jack is confused to say the least, since he didn't post a personal ad. But wh
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Matti Alire
How would you feel if it was your senior year and you found yourself dateless to your final high school dance? In the book 24 Girls in 7 Days by Alex Bradley, that is the exact position the main character Jack Grammar was put in, so his best friends took matters into their own hands.

Jack’s friends decided to place an ad in the school newspaper for him implying that he needed a date to prom. After an overwhelming amount of girls respond to the ad, Jack was faced with yet another question- who w
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Sandy Yang
Title: 24 Girls in 7 Days
Author: Alex Bradley

I wasn't exactly impressed by this book. It was unrealistic and the things that happened to the guy were just not impressive.
His two best friends went on the school website and posted a personal ad about finding a date for this guy for the senior prom. He was having the time of his life after hearing from his friends that few hundred of girls signed up to go on a date with him. He started planning to go out with multiple girls in a night when prom
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Cathleen Ash
Jack Grammar would never try to fondle your butt during a slow dance,
Jack Grammar is a gentleman, owns his own tux,
And has superb taste in corsages.
Jack Grammar is looking for a prom date. Could it be you?
E-mail MyNewPromDate@yahoo.com

Jack learns about this post at work, and sends an email right away:

Dear MyNewPromDate@yahoo.com
It is with deep gratitude that I thank you, benevolent and anonymous benefactor, for the intelligent and human personal ad, which I’m sure will prove to be a pivotal ev
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Trinitee
Nov 01, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ever have a problem finding a date to an event ? This book is Realistic Fiction. I thought this book was very interesting and funny !


***SPOILER ALERT***

This book is about a smart boy named Jack Grammer who needs a date for his Senior Prom . But, has problems finding a girl . So his friends make this article about him, trying to find him a date . Jack thought this was crazy and embarrassing , but surprisingly it worked ! There was a lot of girls that wanted to go to prom with him. There was s
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“You've got the holy trinity of what a girl wants, she said. Cute, smart, funny. I don't think you realize that.” 7 likes
“What had happened to the old Jack Grammar, the one who would have flubbed it somehow?
Well, I reasoned: I could still flub it. Let the flubbing begin!”
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