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FREE PDF â BOOK Folded Notes from High School à A status obsessed senior unexpectedly falls for a freshman because of his Danny Zuko audition in their high school's production of Grease in this epistolary novel set in 1991It's 1991 and Tara Maureen Murphy is finally on top A frightening cross between Regina George and Tracy Flick Tara A status obsessed senior unexpectedly falls for a freshman because of his Danny Zuko audition in their high school's production of Grease in this epistolary novel set in 1991It's 1991 and Tara Maureen Murphy is finally on top A frightening cross between Regina George and Tracy Flick Tara Maureen Murphy is any high school's worst nightmare bringing single minded ambition narcissism manipulation and jealousy to new extremes She's go I started reading Folded Notes from High School on 53118 and finished it on 6218 This book is an interesting read Definitely fun to read private letters between high schoolers I do wonder what other classmates are writing to their friends about as I’m also writing to my friends I love the idea for this book with folded notes because I also did that back in high school The folding of the notes and the passing to friends between classes was fun This book didn’t include the excitement of writing in class folding the notes passing the notes in the hallways and sneaking a read during class but instead focus on the contents of the notes itself I do like the references to what’s happening in the 90’s I like the mention of using a Walkman to listen to music and making mixed tapes of songs as gifts I did that tooThis book is told in a “folded notes” format with Tara Maureen Murphy writing to her boyfriend Christopher Patrick Caparelli CPC and replying to him after he wrote one to her There are notes between Matthew Matt Bloom and Tara and notes from Tara to her best friend Stephanie Campbell These notes are passed to each other in the high school hallways as a way of communication between 1991 to 1992 Tara’s senior year Matt is CPC’s neighbor and new to high school Tara wants to be nice to CPC’s neighbor and decides to write a welcome note to him This book is organized by the school’s timeline beginning with Sept 1991 at the start of the school year and every month after that One day when Tara’s note to Matt ends up on Pam’s table Pam decided to read it Then Pam wrote a note to Tricia and Tricia wrote a note to Deena and on Just when the drama reaches its peak it dies down and stop J to the K It means well read this book to find outThis book is well written and definitely has the voices of high school students The main character Tara who thinks highly of herself is very whiny and looks down on everyone She talks bad about other people a lot On rare moments Tara seems to be vulnerable and says some meaningful things I like how Tara is good at averting confrontation and avoid shouting back when she’s being told off I like Matt’s positive outlook on life and on achieving what he wants I like Matt’s letter to Pammy and him telling her off as well as his final letter to Tara I like Stephanie and her positive attitude especially giving people a chance and seeing the good in everything The pages inside the book would’ve been awesome if it was printed with lines from a notebook or stationary paper The high school drama that goes on with and around Tara is a fast paced read and I highly recommend everyone to read itPro easy to read fast paced page turner humor 90’s vibes dating folded notes friendshipsCon noneI rate it 5 starsVisit my blog for a detailed review at wwwhowusefulitiswordpresscom

BOOK µ Folded Notes from High School É Matt Boren

Ilant It gets trickier with the arrival of freshman Matthew Bloom whose dazzling audition for the role of Danny Zuko turns Tara's world upside down Freshmen belong in the chorus not the spotlight But Tara's outrage is tinged with an unfamiliar emotion at least to her adoration And what starts as a conniving ploy to mentor young Matt uickly turns into a romantic obsession that threatens to topple Tara's hard won status at South Hig I made it about 150 pages or so This was justwow My reaction in three GIFs There was slut shaming there was bullying there was a ridiculous main character and this was just written in a way that made me uestion if teenage women actually wrote like this in the early 90sor ever? To uote Do you get what I mean? Do you? Honestly this could have been a super cute book But then the author had to bring in view spoilercheating a horrible horrible main character who basically throws a tantrum and ignores everyone and acts like she's the bee's knees and super popular and busy when she doesn't get her way then says that she's incredibly mature hide spoiler

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Folded Notes from High SchoolT a hot jock boyfriend in Christopher Patrick Caparelli her best friend Stef Campbell by her side and she's a SENIOR poised to star as Sandy in South High's production of Grease Cinching the role is just one teensy step in Tara's plot to get out of her hometown and become the Broadway starlet she was born to be She's grasping distance from the finish line graduation and college are right around the corner but she has to remain vig I went into this novel expecting a major blast from the past full of nostalgic feelings and 90's vibes but that's not exactly how it went down Tara truly is as the first sentence in the synopsis states a status obsessed senior and her attitude and manipulative personality was a little hard to take I was really excited for this novel because I wanted a little trip down memory lane but what I got was a flashback of all the mean girls from high school Don't get me wrong the novel is full of delicious and entertaining drama but it became a little redundant at times and I had a hard time really getting into it I definitely wanted to know how the story would end but I didn't find myself really liking or relating to any of the characters All in all the story was entertaining but I was expecting so much I would recommend this for an easy summer read but if you're looking for a high school throwback with lots of 90's nostalgia this one was lacking a little something Thank you to Penguin Teen for sending a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review