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Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Review: Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials

Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials
Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

2.5 stars
I think this one was a little to juvenile,and out of my age group.That being said if was really that good a book it wouldn't matter would it?

The main character is naive, as are her friends.There problems weren't very problematic and at times it felt like a bunch of kids making a big deal over nothing.
My 'high school' was nothing like this so I couldn't find if very relative.(then a again I was boarding so everything's is worse.)

I rarely found humor or any swoon worthy moments. If I had piked this up 5 years ago I might have liked it so to all the 12 year old girls out there, meet Charlie, the 'mean girl' who is trying to re-build her life.
The only thing that kept me from giving a one-star rating was that as boring as the story was, the characters are believable, as are the events (to an extent) but I'm not buying that happy ending, shit like that doesn't happen and we know it.

So all in all it was ....whatever,not really worth the time I invested in reading it.Its a wonder I finished it at all.

Ps- I wish Luke was my brother cuz A- he has a kickass car and B- That mess-with-my-sis-and-ill-kick-your-ass thing? Way cute. He was almost to good to be believable, but I'll give Wiseman that one.

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