What's the best revenge when your best friend ditches you for the popular crowd? Alyson Noël reveals all in her hot new young adult novel, Kiss & Blog.
As freshmen at Ocean High last year, Winter and her best friend Sloane thought they could ditch their nerdy past, launching from invisible to cool. But after another miserable year of standing on the sidelines they make a pact to do whatever it takes not to go unnoticed in their sophomore year, promising each other that whoever makes it into the cool group first will bring the other along.
One Sloane gets a taste of life on the A-list, she slams that door in Winter's face. Suddenly cast out of her former best friend's life, Winter takes revenge the modern way: by announcing all of Sloane's dirty little secrets on an anonymous blog. Then the blog becomes more popular than she ever dreamed and Winter must decide if her retaliation is really worth the consequences—and if the price for popularity is one she's willing to pay. Once again, Alyson Noël navigates the tricky waters of the high school social scene with the heart and humor her readers have come to love.
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Pretty Good Book
This was a pretty good book, although I have to say it was a bit cliche at times. However, I did enjoy it. Some grammar mistakes, but still okay. I wouldn’t recommend if you dislike predictable endings, cheesy romances, mean girl drama, and “woe is me” stories. I would recommend to those who like high school drama, books about popularity, Or TV shows like Glee.
Honestly, I really hate how Rey and Winter used their partner/boyfriend/girlfriend/whatever Winter and Easton were. Maybe their cute together, but think about it from, say, Shay’s perspective. Like, you walk in on your boyfriend cheating on you?
Plus the whole thing about how Shay and Rey rhyme? Pretty cheesy.
Best Wishes, and a recommendation,
Greatest book ever!!!<3
This book was great. I'm glad that winter will move on and have new experiences.People should totally make a movie out of the book. It goes 2 show u that being popular is NEVER more important than having friends and family who care about you.