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This review is from: Poser (Paperback)
New to California, Tallulah Jones gets noticed her first day of school by the popular crowd because she is wearing surfer clothes. They unfortunately, however, also assume that she knows how to surf.
Tallulah lies and ends up having a dangerous fall while surfing with them. Hurt by her lies and the fact that she ruins the most popular girl's brother's expensive new surfboard, she gets labeled as a poser. When her father's work brings her into contact with a social outcast surfer girl, Tallulah invokes the girl's help to teach her how to surf, so she can shed her new "poser" status.
The girls in school are making her life unbearable, and the boy whose surfboard she broke is being overprotective about her surfing. Will Tallulah find a way to shed her "poser" status and show the guy she likes that she really can surf?
POSER is a funny and interesting book. Although the girls in her school seem overly mean and the characters lack some dimension, the story is a quick read and enjoyable. Readers who like realistic fiction, surfing, and romance will enjoy reading this book.
Reviewed by: Kira M