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Publisher Description

When Claudia accidentally eavesdrops on the epic breakup of Paige and Iris, the it-couple at her school, she finds herself in hot water with prickly, difficult Iris. Thrown together against their will in the class production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, along with the goofiest, cutest boy Claudia has ever known, Iris and Claudia are in for an eye-opening senior year.

Smart, funny, and thoroughly, wonderfully flawed, Claudia navigates a world of intense friendships and tentative romance in Emma Mills's Follish Hearts, a young adult novel about expanding your horizons, allowing yourself to be vulnerable, and accepting—and loving—people for who they really are.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2017
December 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
12.8
MB
AUDIENCE
Grades 9-13

Customer Reviews

Neeko1985 ,

Hilarious and fun book

I’m sure that I’m significantly older than the target audience for this book, but I loved this book so much. I’ve never laughed this much at a book in my entire life. I’m not even sure why I found some of their dialogue and thoughts so hilarious, but I honestly was smiling and laughing in real life and that never happens.

Claudia is a great heroine, very mature for a YA heroine and so endearing. Gideon is honestly the best hero ever. He is so funny and nice and I wish more people were like that in real life. All of the side characters were fantastic too, they all seemed so real.

This was such a great light read in between a lot of the more angsty stuff I read. Not that this didn’t have any angst, but it didn’t stress me out immensely, so that was a nice change. This book is for everyone, everyone can find something they love in this story.

nicknameellen ,

Foolish hearts by Emma Mills

Do not buy this book. The target audience at Barnes and Noble is for 12 year olds. The book is a piece of trash with filthy language and sexual innuendos and should be pulled from any children’s section in any store. Emma should stick to her cell biology instead of writing books.

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