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He is a jerk. A huge ass. What Ally sees in him is beyond me. He is a shallow, whorish, snobbish, cowardish, egotistic douche. He is the "Jock", the bad guy in every story, the one who sleeps with the girl and then pretends he doesn't know her. In YA books he is usually the guy that the heroine gets over when she meets the hero. He has no saving grace whatsoever. But he's hot, so let's forget everything else And the friends in this book Don't get me started. The only characters I liked were David and Annie and Ally did not deserve them.
Even her mom, who is supposed to be "kind and nice" is just a gold digger. She doesn't go after the money, she goes after the status which is one and the same in my book. I was hoping for an improvement so I went ahead and read some reviews on the next books and I just learned that this shit gets worse. I'm not reading this Not happening!
View all 7 comments. This book was lots of fun , in that I-wanted-to-reach-into-the-book-and-punch-these-characters-upside-the-head! She's So Dead to Us , starts off with Ally and her mom back in town, after having to escape in absolute shame since Ally's dad lost a lot of money in a bad investment, leaving them broke as well as most of their friends. Only when Ally tries to make nice with her old circle, she's outcast and dubbed as a just a 'Norm'. Jake Graydon the oh-so-gorgeous guy who now lives in Ally's old SO! Jake Graydon the oh-so-gorgeous guy who now lives in Ally's old mansion, can't help be attracted to the girl who all his friends hate, but can he follow his heart or does he keep following the in-crowd?
Truth me told, I'm amazed I even finished this book. This, is not a Tina book. This book, these characters, represent everything I hate about popular social cliques. Not Ally, but her father.
I spend half the night thinking about how a lot of the conversations should have went, since some of these characters were so gutless to say it. I wanted to hate all these characters, but really there was only two I hated the most. Faith and Shannen. Actually Shannen is the biggest. She's controlling and manipulative and malicious and immature. I don't care what her reason are, she's pure evil in my freaken book. Hammond, Chloe and especially Jake, just didn't have the freaken balls to stand-up to their friends.
Can't look uncool now, that would be bad. But I think the worse one out of all this was Jake. Seriously, the guy had his moments, sure, and I actually did like him, but I couldn't believe what a spineless ass he was being, not to mention the fact that he's a male-slut and so dame arrogant. Yes, okay, he had defended Ally Jake and Ally do have some really great chemistry and when it's just the two of them it feels like they're in there own little bubble. I couldn't help but hope for them throughout the story, even though a part of me thinks that Ally deserves and could do better. So why did I give this four stars when obviously me and this book had issues?
All of the above. Kieran Scott is a fantastic, fantastic writer!
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Never did read anything from her before, but she's made an instant fan out of me. My all time favorite thing about reading is when a writer can invoke such powerful emotions from me.
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Whether it be rage, hope, lust or laughter. And dame! Did I have some emotions for this book. I don't think I've ever read a book this fast, and I'm a pretty fast reader. I was so completely consummed by this that I had to ignore the twist in my stomach from being so utterly frustrated, annoyed and quite frankly, pissed off from hell. So, Kudos to Scott! She knows how to make a reader feel and that my friends is what reading is all about.
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This book is filled with the utmost drama, angst and pure teenage-immaturity but it's also has some sweet warm moments that makes the reader really hope for the best and crave that happily ever after. The last thing I want to mention is that I'm SO glad I don't have to wait till the next book, cause that ending was seriously harsh.
View all 9 comments. Dec 18, Emerald Sue rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary.
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What you do tomorrow and the next day and the day after that is what matters. Dec 13, Giselle rated it really liked it Shelves: genre-romance , genre-contemporary , genre-romance-instant-love , own , genre-romance-lust , bought-online , age-young-adult , 4-star. Holy Potatoes! I wasn't expecting this drama-infused book full of secrets, surprises and back-stabbing. Even our main character isn't the perfect little angel because she messes up a lot.
All these characters do, even the so-called perfect boy. You're not going to like any of the characters at all, but I couldn't help but enjoy it. Everything blew up in their faces with their stupid decision-making, but hey at least they know they did wrong now. If you're looking to be entertained, read this Holy Potatoes!
If you're looking to be entertained, read this book because I flew through this in about a day and now I'm onto the next one. Jan 18, Alaina rated it it was amazing Shelves: january-challenge , romance , fiction , favorites , young-adult , contemporary , chick-lit. I have no idea how long I've wanted to read this book but it felt longer than forever. One of the reason's I wanted to read this book was because of the cover and another reason was because of the title. Both things automatically drew me in.
She's So Dead to Us will definitely throw you for a loop. It was so freaking good! I didn't want to put it down! The characters were awesome. You definitely end up rooting I have no idea how long I've wanted to read this book but it felt longer than forever. But of course things are always going to push the two people you ship the most away. Anyways, this book is from two pov's: Ally and Jake.
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They were both really good MC's. Ally was independent, likable, and didn't whine all the time like most MC's do. Then there's Jake who was arrogant but damn did he make your heart swoon. I mean Ally's heart. Seriously, I loved the romance between them! Besides the two main characters, the supporting characters were good too! It's hard to pick a favorite but some of them reminded me of other characters from different books or even people I know in real life.
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I don't really have anything to complain about this book. I really need the second book though. Jan 25, Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: wishlist. I was pleasantly surprised by this book. At first I thought it was going to be just another silly shallow novel, and in a way it was, but it was also really good.
A few of the characters had a surprising depth to them and were really well thought out. I really liked the main character, Ally. She was so strong facing her old friends after her father ruined them financially. She even protected her mother as best she could from the heart ache she knew would occur if her mom found out what had been I was pleasantly surprised by this book. She even protected her mother as best she could from the heart ache she knew would occur if her mom found out what had been happening.
Jake, who was Ally's love interest, was an interesting character. He was so dependent upon what his friends thought that he hid his relationship with Ally, because she was a "norm" poor and he was a "crestie" rich , and almost ruined it until he got approval from one of the people in his group. If I was Ally I so would not have taken him back!