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This is not as good as her other books, but it is still interesting if you like Alexandra Robbins. The profiles of each kid were the most interesting part to me.Published 2 months ago by M. Hudock
I enjoyed this book, though I couldn't relate to "Blue" and Reagan. I think being gay is a different issue than geeks and nerds being outcast. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tara V. Murphy
There's a LOT of good in this book. A lot. The message is powerful, that being a geek or being different - "cafeteria fringe" as the author calls it - isn't all bad. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Candy Beauchamp
I guess I'll never stop being amazed by the books like these. They cling to this notion that it is better to be positive, even if it means writing utter nonsense, than not. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Matko Vladanovic
The quality of the book was superb and it was a great read! I hope there will be another following the stories of more students!Published 6 months ago by Eric
Another one of those wierd books of my daughters schools required reading. And some wonder why our educationa system is failing in this countryPublished 8 months ago by Don M.
Read so I could better understand my 16 year old son and ended up with a better understanding of myself!Published 8 months ago by David Taylor
For those of us (many) who were misfits in high school, this book confirms what we long suspected, that the qualities of character and personality to "succeed" in high... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dr. Holley H. Ulbrich
I got it originally as a mandatory reading before going to AP English and it turned out to be a great read I loved the characters and their experiences. Read morePublished 10 months ago by mmbm