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essence-of-jupiter answered:The Thirteenth Tale is really good
letmereadthat answered:The Neverending Story by Michael Ende, or anything by Cecilia Ahern
Out of the easy by Ruta sepetys is absolutely fantastic
Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness. I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.
The Lies of Locke Lamora, it’s really good high fantasy.
Thank you all so much for the recommendations! I’ll keep them in mind :) <3
My Sister’s Keeper is not really one of those books you should read in school. Or any public place for that matter.
Book Review #83: Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan
Overall Rating: 7.2/10 (3.5/5 stars)
Genre: Young Adult Romance/Contemporary
Published: 2006 by Random House
Number of Pages: 183 | Movie Paperback Edition
Summary: Nick’s just seen the girl who dumped him walk in with a new guy. What else can he do but ask the strange girl next to him to be his new girlfriend for the next five minutes? Norah would do anything to avoid conversation with the not not-friend girl who dumped Nick…and to get over the Evil Ex whom Norah never really totally dumped. What else can she do but answer Nick’s question by making out with him? With one electric, unexpected kiss, the five-minute couple of Nick and Norah set off on an uncharted adventure called the “first date” that will turn into an infinite night of falling in and out (and in and out, and maybe in and maybe out) of love. Theirs is a first date of music, laughter, heartache, confusion, passion, taxi driver wisdom, and a jacket named Salvatore. And of course a killer soundtrack. As Nick and Norah wander through the middle-of-the-night mystic maze of Manhattan, they share the kind of night you want to never end, where every minute counts and every moment flickers between love and disaster.
Review: This will be a shorter review, because this novel is pretty short. That’s the way I think it should be, though. It’s not that it’s horrible and hard to get through. This novel is enjoyable for a light read, which is why I picked it up. I just think after awhile, everything about this novel and romance gets old. The run-on sentences, the f-bombs, the confusion Nick has over losing his ex, and just the entire night in general. On the plus side, it is a cute novel, filled with good quotable one-liners and meticulous details about the romance and intimacy Nick and Norah share over the course of one night. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist is good for a short fluffy read, but it’s not anything profound.
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