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All-American Girl by Meg Cabot
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Apr 28, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 11th-advisory

All-American Girl (All-American Girl, #1)
By Meg Cabot
398 pgs
ISBN: 0064472779

Samantha Madison isn't the type of normal teenager who other people think she is. Her relationships with people are unbelievable, including the things that she's done. Both her older and younger sisters are known for being the most popular girl in school and for being the smarty pants genius, respectively. Her life isn't simple and actually, many things are happening to her, which makes her life always filled with excitement. She just saved the president of the United States and later, it is a prediction that the president's son might be in love with her? Can this even be true?!

I like how Meg Cabot writes these kind of stories because I just do. It always gets me really interested in what is happening, especially when talking about love stories. I love it when authors get so detailed about it because it's interesting and it isn't boring. Her style of writing keeps me awake and wanting to continue reading the book, non-stop.

Anyone can read this book because I don't think there should be an age limit to this. It isn't a book that is inappropriate and in fact, nothing is. This book is really interesting and I know that when one reads this book, they'll talk about it and one by one, more and more readers would read this book and they will all come telling each other that they love reading this book.
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