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Game On (A Varsity Novel) Paperback – September 3, 2013
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Cheerleaders are probably one of the most stereotyped performers. We often see them as popular girls who are nothing but catty, and only care about themselves. And yes there are indeed a few characters who are like this in Game On, but not the main girls. This book is excellent for anyone who is trying to get rid the misconception of cheerleaders. These girls teach us the important lesson of team work, and how to cope with change. While reading this, I thought it would have been nice to have a book like this while growing up. It reminded me a lot of the Sweet Valley High books that I used to read in middle school. It's an easy and enjoyable read. And it also deals with real high school issues.
Out of the four leads of the book, Kate was definitely my favorite. I wish that there were actually more scenes with her. And it's not often that you see both sides to the story, when you have two characters feuding.Read more ›
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THIS WAS THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVEER READ.
YOU SHOULD REALLY READ IT.
CAN'T WAIT TILL THE NEXT BOOK
It's like a knife in her and died it's so great I live this bok is it real lol wowPublished on March 25, 2014 by donelan
I really lik
ed this book especially cause I love cheer it was so cool reading it I bet my sister's will love it too you should make more books like this
It was a good-looking 5 chapters.Cheer is my only time when I get to see my inner spirit and the confidence in me.Published on March 7, 2014 by kiahya
This is a awesome book it shows friendship so read this book if you are having a tuff time with friends a nd be nice to other people and try to be their friend.Published on January 28, 2014 by larry
I think this is a really good book and I can't wait to finish the rest of this awesome book.Published on December 25, 2013 by Jannal Davis