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An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Colin Singleton is a child prodigy who has a thing for girls name Katherine. He has dated 19, and been dumped by 19. After Katherine number one turns into Katherine number nineteen, things start going downhill for him. Colin is dumped for the nineteenth time by a girl called Katherine, and he begins to lose his child prodigy assets. Afterall, he is seventeen, and very few child prodigy's actually turn into geniuses. So Colin is suffering from his bad break up and fear of being nothing, and he is moping around as his best friend and family try their best to help him. Soon enough, his friend Hassan can't stand it anymore. And so the road trip begins.

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Pushing the Limits (A Pushing the Limits Novel) by Katie McGarry
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing !!, 2 Feb 2013
When I first saw this, I skipped right past it. The description/blurb did nothing for me. To be honest I just expected it to be a normal YA fiction- boy and girl fall in love ect ect. That was a part of it, but it wasn't like your average book.

I was looking through the top 10 books (I bought this on kindle) and I clicked on this. It was reduced- 20p! So I decided I might as well give it ago. I didn't expect to love it as much as I did. It's about a girl in her late teens (Echo) who falls in love with a boy in his late teens (Noah). They both have issues, bad pasts. Echo is no longer able to see her mum, and Noah's parents died.

Echo can't remember the night that… Read more
Chocolate Box Girls: Summer's Dream by Cathy Cassidy
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great book!, 11 Jun 2012
When I read Cherry Crush I had no idea there would be other chocolate box stories about the other girls so when Marshamallow Skye came out I couldnt wait to read it and it was just as good as the first one. So, as you can probably guess, I couldnt wait to get my hands on Summers Dream. I preordered it for my kindle and got stuck in straight away when it arrived.

I loved reading about things from Summers perspective, and hearing about her passion for dance and not-so-perfect life. When I read from Skyes point of view, I thought Summer was really lucky, but I had the opposit opinion when I read this. I guess it shows you that things aren't always as they seem.

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