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The backstory behind Kim and Hannah's rivalry was engaging to read and the teenage voices of these characters were captured beautifully on the page. I think a big strength of this book is the three-dimensionality of mean girl Hannah. As I was learning more about her and what makes her tick, I found myself feeling bad for her, too. I think this is an important feature of the book and something that added a great deal of value to the storytelling.
Of course, there were plenty of places that made me laugh out loud while also feeling bad for Kim - one example that comes to mind was when Hannah was giving a report about Napoleon Bonaparte. Without giving anything away, it was exchanges like that one that gave the reading a truly lifelike feel that reminded me of my high school days.
I've read five of Meredith's six books and I can't decide which one is my favorite - I love them all. But this book, Meredith's debut into the contemporary young adult market is really exciting because I know she's about to crack open a huge base of new readers and I'm so happy for those readers because they have so many more of Meredith's books available to them to read and love.
NOTE: Kim vs. the Mean Girl is a standalone book. You do not have to read the Blogger Girl series to understand what is happening. That said, after you read Kim vs. the Mean Girl, do read the Blogger Girl series. (And then move on to the other books.) You're in for some great reading!
I loved getting to know Kim, Hannah, and Bridget as teenagers.
Since the story is told from both Kim and Hannah’s point of view, you get a behind-the-scenes look at Hannah’s life. She ended up being my favorite part of the book… It’s so easy to hate her because she definitely lives up to her Mean Girl title, but she can also be sweet and vulnerable at times.
Like other reviewers have mentioned, you don’t need to have read BLOGGER GIRL to enjoy this book. But, if you have read BG, there’s one scene in the novel that will make you grin from ear to ear.
KIM VS THE MEAN GIRL is such a fun read and I highly recommend it. As always, I’m eagerly anticipating Meredith Schorr’s next book!
And the best news? Kim vs. the Mean Girl can absolutely be read as a standalone novel. Although, be forewarned -- once you read this book, there is no way you won't want to read Ms. Schorr's Blogger Girl series.
Even if you haven't read the BLOGGER GIRL series, KIM VS THE MEAN GIRL can be read as a stand alone. But I think anyone who reads it will want to devour every book Schorr has written.
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