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This book examplifies how one person can change someone else's life, and I really enjoyed it.
She is a completely unique yet totally relatable character, which makes her plight genuine; but she's also all Egg, and Boy Proof is HER story, that's for damn sure.
Castellucci's writing is excellent here creating a funny and compelling voice for Egg as well as a really enjoyable book.
Maybe I'm just not the right audience, but this book was super boring.Published 6 months ago by Victoria Hoffman
This book was an incredibly fast read. While the reading level was a little low for an adult like my self, it would be very well suited for young teens. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Moira
Great story elements, well researched, and full of a wide range of emotions. I wish that the AP element was expounded on a bit because it would have been a great way to add in some... Read morePublished 9 months ago by H.Mason
I've got to hand it to Cecil, quite an interesting book. It may be because I've never read anything from an interesting character, such as Egg.. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tyler T.
Yummy, yummy bite of geeky-hollywood media obsessed high school girlhood. This one reminded me of Rainbow Rowell's book, Fangirl, in the realistic, get-inside-your-brain depiction... Read morePublished 11 months ago by kbirdlincoln
I loved the unconventional protagonist of this story. Victoria "Egg" Jurgen doesn't suffer fools--she is unapproachable, judgmental, even mean on the outside. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeanne Scanlan Doyle
I devoured this fantastic book in a day and I feel like I want to read it five more times. It came highly recommended by John Green and I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. Barker