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Confessions of a Blabbermouth (Minx Graphic Novels) Paperback – September 12, 2007
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About the Author
Louise Carey, daughter of Mike Carey, has written The Diary of a London Schoolgirl for the website of the London Metropolitan archive. She is a member of the Chicken Shed theatre company in London and has acted in their productions of Alice in Wonderland and Grimm Nights.
Aaron Alexovich was born in Chicago, Illinois, the year Elvis died. He currently sleeps the daylight hours away in Southern California. He contributed designs to Invader Zim and Avatar: The Last Airbender, and is the creator of Serenity Rose.
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Aaron was born and raised under seventeen beautiful miles of ice in Chicago, IL, but currently lives in Southern California, where the bright light makes him sneeze for mysterious reasons.
Top Customer Reviews
The basic theme here is friendship, which I'll admit I liked. I truly did like the interactions between Chloe and Tash. They work well together and I really rooted for them to be able to end the book as friends or even sisters. What I didn't like was how Chloe's father was portrayed. I know that he was intended to be an unlikable character, but his personality is so over the top that it's actually pretty unbelievable and I think the book's reveals would have been better served if the author had tried to make his personality more realistic or at least played up his reasons a little more. The same goes for the bully (whose name I can't remember). It's things like this that just made the ending sort of fizzle when it should have popped.
Overall though, this is a rather cute read and one I'd recommend, but as a library read first. It's something that I'm glad I read, but I have to admit that I'm glad I read it at the library.
Tasha is a little bit obnoxious, but not really too bad. I like the British-ness of the book, YAY England! ;) I was getting a little nervous about what could possibly be going on between father and daughter, and it turned out to be plenty weird. It was neat reading about a blogger, not that she blogs the same way but it was still fun. This story was a lot of fun and a lot of drama. It was totally worth the read and you should make sure you check this and all the other MINX books out soon. Happy Reading!
"Tasha, are you out of your mind?"
"They say a week can be a long time in politics. But some family holidays have been clocked with a time slippage of one to one thousand: that means each week feels like twenty year."
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