Finding Cassie Crazy Paperback – Unabridged, 2 Jul 2010
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From the author of the bittersweet bestseller FEELING SORRY FOR CELIA.
About the Author
Jaclyn Moriarty grew up in Sydney, Australia, and studied Law and English on three continents - at Sydney University in Australia, Yale in the US, and Cambridge in England. She spent four years working as a media and entertainment lawyer, but now writes full-time. Jaclyn lives in Sydney with her son. Her first novel for young adults, FEELING SORRY FOR CELIA, was an instant bestseller in Australia, America and the UK. She followed this up with the equally fantastic FINDING CASSIE CRAZY and BECOMING BINDY MACKENZIE, and the brilliantly original THE SPELL BOOK OF LISTEN TAYLOR. In April 2010, she will be returning to many of the much-loved characters from her first three books in her wonderful new novel DREAMING OF AMELIA.
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Top Customer Reviews
Three girls in year ten are among those in their English class who are being made to become pen pals with kids from the local 'rough' school. At first they are apprehensive about it, but soon find themselves friends with the boys they are writing to. Cassie, however, doesn't get it easy like her two friends. I won't tell you what happens because that would spoil the plot, but I'll leave you with this: this book is will stay with you for a long time.
A brilliant book though, far better than the previous book, Feeling Sorry For Celia. There are clever links between the two books as the characters are loosely related.
The ending was terrific and made me laugh, an overall excellent book.
The book starts with Lydia writing in her note-book that promises to turn her into an author. That's what made me decide to read it; I'd never read a book that starts like that and I loved it!
From there it only gets better, as the letters are exchanged between the Ashbury and Brookfield students. They are written in such a unique and humorous way that it was impossible to put the book down. My only complaint is that I found the main characters to be very similar and occasionally had to backtrack to remind myself who's who.
Apart from that this is a great book that I would highly recommend to all teenagers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book awesome. The first page is so unusual you think "Ok, this is weird..." but you have to keep reading. Then you get completely hooked and you just can't stop! Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2013 by Sophie
Well, I read Feeling Sorry for Celia at my school and none of the books there are all that good but then I was drawn towards this one book, I read it and it was simply genius so I... Read morePublished on 31 Mar. 2012 by YoungReviewer
i loved this book i love the way all the girls and lads hav so strong personalitys. i loved the skl board! Read morePublished on 1 Sept. 2006 by gal
Sequel to "Feeling Sorry for Celia," "Finding Cassie Crazy" is an awesome book. It keeps you interested from the moment you begin to read, and is hilarious in some parts, but quite... Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2006 by kimberlea
Best book I've ever read. EVER. so funny n tru 2 life. You'll lurve it. BUY IT! seriousli. lol mint book
ps. i lurve it!did i say dat alredy?
Wow! I thought Feeling Sorry for Celia was good, but this book just blows it out of the water! It is so funny, especially the bits with da notebook, I got a stich from laughing! Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2005
wow! what an amazing book. writting letters to each other is a way to get the reader intersted. the build up to the end is wicked and i recomnd you read it. < _ >Published on 29 Nov. 2004 by nicole