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Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot
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Sep 10, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: chick-lit

Sort of interesting. I was expecting a comedy, but I didn't laugh.

Someone who talks too much could be funny, but not in this story. I did not like the heroine Liz. She was stupid, naïve and too syrupy sweet. CAUTION SPOILER: I could not stand the stupidity of someone who thought she just graduated from college only to find out she didn't do her final thesis - a 50 page report. When Liz needed to flee her boyfriend in London and go to her girlfriend Shari in France, she refused to call Shari's parents to find out how to get hold of Shari, because she didn't want Shari's parents to tell her parents that things didn't work out with the London boyfriend. Since her parents would find out eventually, to me this was stupid. I found it hard to believe that Luke fell in love with her in just three days. I'm sure he had met a lot of other girls with "nice personalities," and to fall for her should have required other qualities and time. Sexual content: moderate.

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