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Notes from the Blender by Trish Cook
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Aug 29, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: humor, read_2011, ya
Read from August 28 to 29, 2011

Declan and Neilly may go to the same school, but they might as well be worlds apart for all the attention Neilly has ever paid Declan, though Declan has certainly noticed her. Neilly is pretty and popular, while Declan loves death metal and video games. Then one day both their worlds are turned upside down, when Neilly finds her Mom with Declan’s Dad. Suddenly they’re about to become family . . .

Told in alternating chapters from both perspectives, this is a smart, hilarious, and realistic portrayal of teens. It deals with a variety of themes important to teens without ever becoming too preachy, although there are ministers involved. It’s a quick and entertaining read along the lines of The Ghost and the Goth(sans the paranormal).

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