Teen Read '09 Books

  • The Adoration of Jenna Fox, by Mary Pearson The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, by E. Lockhart Evernight, by Claudia Gray Graceling, by Kristin CashoreThe Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman Home of the Brave, by Katherine Applegate The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins Impossible, by Nancy Werlin The Inkheart Trilogy, by Cornelia Funke Jellicoe Road, by Melina Marchetta The Knife of Never Letting Go, by Patrick Ness Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow Nation, by Terry Pratchett Paper Towns, by John Green Savvy, by Ingrid Law What I Saw and How I Lied, by Judy Blundell

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06/09/2009

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I enjoyed this book very much. I loved Frankies character. How everybody saw her as bunny rabbit but they didn't even know the real her.

She sees how her whole relationship with Matthew is not really what its supposed to be. He just takes her as adorable and cute not as having an equal mind to him and he never would expect her to think up full scale smoothly working plans.I love how she proves him wrong in that way and many others.

Looking from Frankies point of view all the work she did was worth it in the end even though some people think that shes crazy now.

I admire that Frankie has the guts to go out there and just do it without worring about it. It really just proves who was an actual friend or not. I dont really dislike anything about her and I wish that I could be more like her in the way that she does what she wants to prove that people have been taking her the wrong way all this time.

I hope that the rest of her education at Alabaster Prep is well worth it and that she finds a guy who can respect her for her devious mind.

Agreed.

The sexism in this book is unbelievable. It makes me so upset just to talk about it! Matthew deserved what he got, and Frankie deserves better friends.

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