- Copertina rigida: 392 pagine
- Editore: HarperCollins (11 luglio 2017)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0062447777
- ISBN-13: 978-0062447777
- Peso di spedizione: 458 g
Who's That Girl (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 11 lug 2017
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“Lively and smart, Blair Thornburgh’s debut will hook you like a pop song and then proceed to win your heart.” (Nina LaCour, award-winning author of We Are Okay)
“Blair Thornburgh’s debut is the perfect mix of music and heart, friendship and romance. Like a classic song, Who’s That Girl will stick in your head long after turning the last page.” (Elizabeth Eulberg, author of Better Off Friends)
“I should write a love song about how much I adore Blair Thornburgh’s fresh and funny debut. Charming, quirky, and full of heart.” (Sarah Mlynowski, New York Times bestselling author of I See London, I See France)
“Clever. A light, funny romance that offers a fair degree of satisfaction.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“Thornburgh thoughtfully charts the tensions and loyalties among a solid group of friends.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Thornburgh deftly balances snark and optimism in this thoroughly delightful [novel]. Readers will root for this intelligent heroine surrounded by terribly clever and articulate friends. The snappy dialogue, extremely likable characters, and daydream-worthy plot make this fun romance with Gilmore Girls-esque humor a perfect summer read.” (School Library Journal)
“Charmingly awkward and rooted in the bonds of friendship more than romance, this is a sweet, funny debut. (ALA Booklist)
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Marketing challenge (if it is not already happening) - get bands to write music for the lyrics to, and then perform, "Natalie."
Blair Thornburgh, thanks for taking us along for the ride with Natty's family of birth and choice.
Things I Liked:
The family dynamic was so fantastic. It felt like a scripted sitcom family, but in the best way possible. There was such great situational humor blended with incredibly real relationships and conversations.
The friend group was also fantastic. You clearly get the characters personalities from the dialogue. Nattie, Tess, Tall Zach, and Anarchist Zach friendship felt really genuine and relatable.
This was adorkable in the most endearing way. Nattie is so awkward and self conscious, but it never felt like a weird look-at-me thing. And all of her potentially romantic interactions never went as plan, and made for some great entertainment.
Things I Didn’t Like:
I felt like it took too long to get to what the Talent show incident way. There was so much buildup and the reveal was a little lack luster.
I would have liked to see more of Tall Zach. I feel like we got to know him the least, and that he wasn’t as much a part of the group as everyone else.
Overall this was a really fun and quick read. It was cute, funny, and kept my attention. The ending wasn’t as strong as the first 2/3rds, but it was the perfect book to read between SFF reads!
I received a copy of the book from HarperTeen via Edelweiss in exchange for and honest review.
Nattie was a decent enough MC. Her inner monologue was rough for me to settle into and I'm not sure I ever really did. There were a lot of secondary characters, but they all felt flat and clichéd. I struggled with Tess and Zach because I didn't get to know them: it was pretty much all Nattie, all the time.
Plot wise, I straight up loved the idea. I think it was the execution that didn't work for me. Nattie is so obsessed with the song and trying to stay anonymous that she just draws attention to herself. Instead of it being cute or charming, I found it annoying. Especially the extra loud talking whenever she heard it play.
I know it sounds like I hated it, but I didn't. Overall, there were some cute parts and bits of excellent dialogue, but I found myself skimming parts just to see how it ended.
**Huge thanks to Harper Teen for providing the arc free of charge**
Life understandably gets complicated at this point, especially when she starts to develop feelings for her guy friend Zach. Chaos ensues! A LGBTQIA-friendly, fun read that's perfect for summer! (I always read more contemporary books when it starts to get sunny outside... I don't know why, but it happens every year!)
In sum, this book is filled with laugh-out-loud moments and a sweet romance. BUY IT!