- File Size: 2240 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Publisher: Hatco Publishing (July 14, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01AOPWVBG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #718,821 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Crush Dilemma (Dear Aubrey Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Poppy Pinkleton is the consummate overachiever. Though she is just 16, she has her college and her major picked out, and knows what she needs to do to get there. She is also a typical teenage nerd, insecure and frustrated at the circumstances in her life.
The story is filled with Ms. Hatler's humor (seriously, how could a book about a girl named Poppy Pinkleton not have humor!), teenage insecurity, school, boys, cheerleaders, boys, mean girls, and parents who are too wrapped up in their own difficulties to have time for their kids. It is well written, paced just right and is all of what it should be.
This review was originally posted on AmongTheReads.net
In an Oyster Shell - I always love a YA underdog book and this fits the bill, I really enjoyed this book.
How you ask? Poppy's gotten the green light from Ms. Peterson, the newspaper head, to write an online advice column for the school.
She's found the perfect name for her alter ego: Aubrey. It means someone who rules with "magical wisdom."
She'll be in control of her online experiment, online identity, and divvy her wisdom to the masses while tracking the results for her mini- thesis.
Now protected by a secret identity, she's got the popular crowd clambering to know what she thinks about fashion, homework, and eek... even sex! And the best part is, her parents and best friends don't know anything about it.
Finally, she can let loose a wild side and speak her mind- right or wrong, without having to meet anyone's expectations.
Soon however, dishing out advice leads to more than Poppy can handle on her own and she must make a choice. Hide behind her alter ego or take the chance that everyone, including the new boy at school, will like her for everything she is.
Which do you think she will choose?
Wow Susan Hatler did it again. I absolutely loved this book.
I found that the story dealt with real issues that teenagers go through in life and in school. It made me want to start my own advice column. The dilemmas that Poppy got herself into and out of and the characters who asked her for advice is what makes this wonderful reading.
Happy reading everybody!