Chamaiporn Boripat Boripat itibaren Summerbridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 4DW, İngiltere
I agree with other reviews that I've read that the sci fi element contains nothing that hasn't been done before and better, I just don't think that matters. This series is such good trashy fun! I love Eve's Die Hard moment at the end (that's not really a spoiler I think). One thing that bothers me (and probably nobody else) is the use of the word 'goggle' as a verb (about six times! eg. "she gushed and goggled"). Apparently it's correct, but it just sounds weird and for some reason that disrupted the flow of the story for me. I guess I'm just kind of finnicky about language at times.
Interesting insight to growing up in NYC and the music/club scene. I think I had a hard time because the characters from the movie were on the cover and for me they didn't work w/ the book characters.
This story is very inspiring for the average teenage student. This book is about a sophomore, Liam Bergstrom, Who made the Varsity basketball team for his school. He feels great about his accomplishment and know his job on the team. Sense he is tall his main job on the team, as any other tall person on a basketball team, it's of course to box out and get the rebounds. Liam eventually gets asked to join the Athletic leadership meeting after school. Of course Liam goes because he really is a leader; he is humble and all the other kids look up to him. there is only one thing though. He is a little insecure though about all the prayers being said before games and at the meetings after school. As any other teenager who plays sports, he didn't want to question the coaches policies because he could get benched. He stand up for what he thinks is right and or course he had a punishment. But it wasn't exactly loosing playing time. He has to help coach the girls basketball team while they are on a journey to win the state championship. He meets more friends and starts to feel like he is fitting in. He talks to people about if what he did was the right thing. Everyone just said, "Well if it's what you believe then yes, you did the right thing." This book, like I said earlier, is really inspiring to kids in high school and even middle school. It teaches you to stand up in what you believe in, and i think we should all do that. Get over the thoughts of the consequences and the embarrassment and go for it. But thats just what i think. This is a great story!!!