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Three Ways to Snog an Alien Paperback – 3 Jul 2008
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A hilarious romantic comedy about mysterious girls and disastrous boys.
The 3 ways to snog an alien are: Don't; Don't; and, Don't. Druce's new girlfriend is hot, but what's with the weird behaviour, freaky parents and the super-human intelligence? And was that really a forked tongue he saw or did he imagine it? Then he meets someone on the internet who tells him that aliens have infiltrated the planet. Could Angela be an alien? Is she really trying to suck out his brains? Or are girls just more confusing than he thought? Praise for Graham Joyce's YA fiction: '"Do the Creepy Thing" is a compelling, thought-provoking read, undoubtedly creepy but also ultimately an affirmation ...A terrific teen novel' - "Guardian". 'A terrific teen novel, "TWOC" is sharply observed' - "TES".See all Product description
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This is a very funny tale, but since it is written by edgy-horror expert Graham Joyce, it is not without an undercurrent of unease and moments that verge on the creepy. IS Angelica an alien? Is Doogie a paranoid schizophrenic? Is it all some horrible misunderstanding? Can boys simply not understand girls, and vice versa? Will love conquer all? At any rate, the situation leads to any amount of yo-yoing, confused emotions and awkward conversations, sure to entertain teenagers as they fumble, like Doogie, to finding out what matters. Great fun.
I thought that this book was very eventful and funny read. Although it was about aliens, surrounding humans I thought that it was very realistically written. However, this book was very girly and I feel that it connected to girls a lot more than it would do to boys. On the other hand I feel that it was very suitable for children of my age group, teenagers, however, I would advise that it should not be read by anyone younger than thirteen , because of some moderately strong language. I loved the fact that Doogie's emotions got the better of him in the end and that it turned out to be a happy ending. The reader could easily refer this to real life because love confuses people in many ways, but it also helps them to find themselves. Overall I thought that it was a very good read and full of romance, reality and suspense. `Three Ways to Snog an Alien' received a well deserved 9/10 from me!