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message 1: by Heather (new)

Heather You're a masochist :)


message 2: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana I know. It was on a library display and I just couldn't not take it. So far it is as I expected it to be.


message 3: by Hannah (last edited Mar 23, 2010 06:00AM) (new)

Hannah Well, perhaps taking a breather is a good idea. A few months away from them might make them seem fresher and more appealing.

I know this was one of Hanneybean's favorites last year.


message 4: by Tatiana (last edited Mar 23, 2010 06:04AM) (new)

Tatiana I actually don't read many of them. I think my last straight romance was months ago, so this is as good as it gets I fear:) But it wasn't at all bad though, otherwise I wouldn't have read it so quickly.


message 5: by Hannah (last edited Mar 23, 2010 06:09AM) (new)

Hannah Tatiana wrote: "I actually don't read many of them. I think my last straight romance was months ago, so this is as good as it gets I fear:) But it wasn't at all bad though, otherwise I wouldn't have read it so qui..."

What made you pick it up? The cover? The blurb?


message 6: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana I think I just have seen this book everywhere on GR and then it was staring at me from a library display. I couldn't say no to it:)


message 7: by Heather (new)

Heather I've seen it everywhere also. But the older, and more jaded I become, it's harder for me to find love for these cute little love stories.


message 8: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Heather wrote: "I've seen it everywhere also. But the older, and more jaded I become, it's harder for me to find love for these cute little love stories."

LOL! They are escapist. Hanneybean's learning very quickly that the *book boys* don't exist in the real world. She sits in the middle of a group of four 9th grade boys. When they're not farting (or making farting sounds), they smell overpoweringly like Axe, and talk about erectile disfunction like it's something they have personal experience with...oh, and did I mention she goes to a Christian school???


message 9: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana That will give her a good dose of reality LOL, 'cause this kind of books certainly won't.


message 10: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Tatiana wrote: "That will give her a good dose of reality LOL, 'cause this kind of books certainly won't."

Massive dose of reality, for sure.
:o


message 11: by Rosanne (new)

Rosanne It was funny with this one, there were things about it that were really good, and things about it that were really bad. Definitely a guilty pleasure for me :)


message 12: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana Yes, "guilty pleasure" is a good way to categorize it:)


message 13: by Annalisa (new)

Annalisa After Fallen, I've sworn off YA romance until I can feel my brain again. I'm on a dystopia kick. I want to read all about people being mistreated instead :).


message 14: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana LOL!
I understand, but I have to say, I am over dystopias too (for now). The last two I've read are trying to cash in on the Hunger Games popularity way too much.


message 15: by Annalisa (last edited Mar 23, 2010 09:28AM) (new)

Annalisa I was thinking of reading 1984 and Fahrenheit 451 neither of which I've never read. Plus Unwind, whether or not it wins in the polls (which it currently is).


message 16: by Tatiana (new)

Tatiana The first 2 are classics (didn't care for Fahrenheit, haven't read 1984) and Unwind is fab. So you are good to go. I've read later YA dystopias - not good.


message 17: by Michelle♥ (new)

Michelle♥ I absolutely LOVED Unwind. It touches on the dystopian genre so immensely that I really didn't even think of it as a YA book. Great book! Sorry just add my two cents on it! :)

Also, this Perfect Chemistry, was predictable, cheesy, but I read it in a matter of hours. So obviously, the author did something right to keep me going at it and reading it so quickly! Like you Tatiana, I've been seeing it everywhere and finally picked it up. But I am glad that it was just a library borrowing and I didn't pay for it.


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