I Kissed Shara Wheeler

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I Kissed Shara Wheeler

I Kissed Shara Wheeler

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The plot idea has resemblances with Paper Town: but I can honestly say the execution of the idea and wrapping up of the story were so much better than Mr. for being backstage of a high school musical, for meeting up with your friends before school starts, even for striving for the perfect grades in each of my classes.

At the end of the row, one is brand-new, so full and shiny it could have only been used once, if ever. It all plays out like the updated ‘22 version of 90s high school movies, with all the fluttery feelings and dramatic moments, but make it queer and way cooler. The idea of chasing a lost student by following the crumbles she’s left which turned into a treasure hunt of our heroine Chloe’s teaming up with definitely likable boyfriend Smith, bad boy next door Rory (we love to hate and hate to love )to gather the pieces of puzzle for finding gone girl Shara! I know that some of what Chloe and Shara represent (high school themes like the perfect prom queen, the outcast, etc. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.I also really enjoyed many dynamics between characters in this book (though I won't mention them as it can be a tad spoiler-y). Characteristic to its author, this novel had a cast of characters that made my heart swoon, and the witty repartee that has embodied all of Casey McQuiston’s past writing that I so adore.

In fact, the whole story is about how people are rarely who they seem to be, and the pressure of living up (or down) to other people’s expectations. Polly Crosby tells ReadingZone about her novel, This Tale is Forbidden (Scholastic), a fractured fairy tale set in a dystopian world. This book has been on my radar for a while - I have enjoyed the previous books I have read by Casey McQuiston so I have been looking forward to this one.Homophobia, Religious Bigotry, Sexism, Swearing, Classism, Racism, Infidelity, Toxic Relationships, etc. I have to be vague here but Chloe was pretty upset and frustrated so she had a little badass moment that I thought was good book fun.

It takes all the wonderful feelings of being a teenager, McQuiston’s signature humour and characters who leap off the page and combines them with some of the less wonderful parts of being a teenager – especially when living in a small town in the Bible Belt – to create an uplifting and endlessly entertaining coming of age story. high school showed me that the world is big and life can be scary, but there will always be a safe bubble for you. m. Thirty-three minutes until the end of the late service at Willowgrove Christian Church, where the Wheelers are spending their morning pretending to be nice, normal folks whose nice, normal daughter didn’t stage a disappearing act at prom twelve hours ago. After her moms moved her from SoCal to Alabama for high school, she's spent the past four years dodging gossipy classmates and the puritanical administration of Willowgrove Christian Academy.There were also a few times I had trouble even picturing what was going on like the whole margarita thing.



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