Middle School: My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar: (Middle School 3) Paperback – 13 Feb 2014
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From blockbuster author James Patterson comes the third instalment in the top ten bestselling Middle School series!
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SO WHO ARE YOU GOING TO BELIEVE - RAFE OR ME?
My name is Georgia Khatchadorian, and I know what my brother, Rafe, told you: Lies, all LIES!
He says I'm annoying and a tattletale and a pudding-cup thief. (well, okay, maybe that last part is true.)
But that's not the whole story. I'm also
smarter than him (who isn't?),
more popular than him (who isn't?),
and way, WAY funnier (it's really not that hard).
So if you're ready for the truth about how the life of an innocent girl (that would be ME) and her first year of middle school were ruined by her horrible brother (RAFE) and his superbad reputation...
IT'S TIME I SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT!--This text refers to the Hardcover edition. See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Am glad that Georgia and Raffe, get together again as the usual
Sparing partners in the terms of fun packed, always playing jokes on each other, brother and sister.
As always, James Patterson writes a great story, and although this one is for the younger generation, an older person can enjoy it too.
This is a good one for one of my grand kids to now read.
Well worth the pennies paid for it.
Go download it, and enjoy, good for the commute to work, and far more cheerful than the "Doom and Gloom"'of the newspapers!!
I have not read it my self, as it was a donation, I had it shipped straight to the school
I really enjoy Rafe's narration in this series so switching to someone else was a bit jarring. I don't find Georgia as funny, though it's nice to see her representing the girls. She has a lot to cope with in this book, particularly when it comes to having a bad reputation as Rafe's troublemaker sister. Obviously she can look out for herself, but middle school can be a brutal place, as she soon finds out.
Although Georgia isn't my Khatchadorian sibling of choice, I did enjoy getting to know her better. Ultimate Showdown's sibling rivalry makes more sense now, and it's good to know why she's always felt like she's in Rafe's shadow. I don't think her voice has the same spark as Rafe's does, but she's still an interesting person to spend a book with.
My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar didn't quite live up to my high expectations, but I think things will go back to normal when Rafe returns in the next book. The Khatchadorian family has captured my interest completely, and make Middle School a must-read series. They also make me glad I'm not in mandatory education anymore. Yikes!
In this Khatchadorin Chronicle as i csll it, we see Georgia is as heart stoppingly funny as Rafe is. Iy contains hilarious twists and is just as good as the Rafe's perspective books. Read even if you hate Georgia. This will change your mind.
Love the artwork too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only thing that I don't think I can see why don't you introduce more like the missy character or make the 2 other princesses see some sense at the end.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Middle School books are great reading material for your child, who cares as long as they are liking a book!Published 8 months ago by Laura TV
rubbish(well actually i havent even read it but if georgia is the narrator then i bet it's really bad so take that georgia) LOLPublished 11 months ago by thcjgcgjgcgg