Pants on Fire Audio CD – Audiobook, 22 May 2007
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Meg Cabot is the #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author of the beloved and critically acclaimed Princess Diaries series, which were made into wildly popular Disney movies of the same name. There have been over 25 million copies of Meg s books for both adults and teens/tweens sold in 38 countries. Her last name rhymes with habit, as in her books can be habit-forming. She currently lives in Key West, Florida, with her husband and various cats. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Katie is a popular girl in her small town of Eastport, which is known for it's quahogs (clams). She is dating a Quahog (the name of the high school football team) and is loved by almost everyone. Everyone except for Tommy Sullivan. He was "ran out of town" four years ago, which was also the one year that the state-championship-winning Quahogs had to forfeit. That year someone also wrote "Tommy Sullivan is a freak" on the new middle school gym wall. Everything is good, minus the fact that she is a total liar (due to the fact that she is secretly cheating on her boyfriend) and gets motion sickness.
Then Tommy Sullivan comes back.
Katie is running for the Quahog Princess, which is during the Quahog festival at the end of the summer. That pageant goes wacko during the question and answer session. You will just have to read the book to find out what happens.
I really enjoyed this book. It's very funny and Mrs. Cabot makes it even funnier with her amazing writing style. It's a super fast read, hilarious, and intriguing.
Reviewed by: Taylor Rector
This book is about how lying can spiral out of control & how telling the truth is always best.
Meg Cabot shows off all her wit & skill with this book.
The storyline isn't the most inventive.. infact when you think about it, the whole story is a bit boring. However the way she writes keeps you gripped, entertained, and slightly giddy at the romantic parts. It wasn't until after I finished reading, (read it within a day), and really thought about it, that I realised how simple and plain the actual storyline was - No girls struck by lightning, seeing ghosts, falling in love with a death deity or being the reincarnation of the Lady of the Lake. Just plain, good old fashion romance.
By far, not one of my favourite Cabbot books (purely because as a stand alone novel, it didn't have as much detail or drama as I'd have liked), but I still ate it up like I do all her work. Any fan will love it, and any new readers will enjoy it as a light-hearted introduction to the world of Meg Cabbot.