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Publisher Description

When she was nine, Megan Meade met a group of terrible, mean, Popsicle-goo-covered boys, the sons of her father's friend -- the McGowan boys. Now, seven years later, Megan's army doctor parents are shipping off to Korea and Megan is being sent to live with the little monsters, who are older now and quite different than she remembered them.
Living in a house with seven boys will give Megan, who has never even been kissed, the perfect opportunity to learn everything there is to know about boys. And she'll send all her notes to her best friend, Tracy, in...
Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys
Observation #1: Being an army brat sucks. Except that this is definitely a better alternative to moving to Korea.
Observation #2: Forget evil, laughing, little monsters. These guys have been touched by the Abercrombie gods. They are a blur of toned, suntanned perfection.
Observation #3: I need a lock on my door. STAT.
Observation #4: Three words: six-pack abs.
Observation #5: Do not even get me started on the state of the bathroom. I'm thinking of calling in a hazmat team. Seriously.
Observation #6: These boys know how to make enemies. Big time.
Megan Meade will have to juggle a new school, a new family, a new crush -- on the boy next door, as in next bedroom door -- and a new life. Will she survive the McGowan boys?

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2008
June 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
SELLER
Simon & Schuster Canada
SIZE
6
MB

Customer Reviews

Booknerd. ,

Unsatisfied

The storyline was good, had some great twists but the whole experience was ruined by the incomplete end. It just told that Megan's life was getting back on track with the McGowan boys but what about the rest of her life, what happened? Are her and Finn together? Is the school accepting her? What do her parents think of her staying? The author may have wanted to leave its audience guessing a little but it completely failed because I was left utterly confused.. I flipped to the next page wondering how everything turned out but all of a sudden it just says 'The End' and I am thinking that I may have skipped a few pages because there was no way the book could have ended, but I was wrong the book had truly ended. The book was overall good but if you hate incomplete endings, this book will not leave you satisfied.

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