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[[ read online Prime ]] Pants on FireAuthor Meg Cabot –

Another book from Meg Cabot Her writing is good, but, she needs to widen her range Her books are all starting to sound the same, and only small twists in the plots are the differenciating point This was not in my opinion her best book Even if you hadn t read any of her others, it still isn t the best read From the beginning I knew who was going to end up with who, and what was going to happen, reactions and such Though, I was a little sad that her parents and the entire town were so okay with this worshipping that was going on that pretty much scared me. Kate Ellison is torn between two boys her official boyfriend Seth, who she likes making out with but finds kinda boring otherwise, and Eric, who isn t her boyfriend but who she also likes making out with She doesn t normally tell lies, but obviously she s gotta keep anyone from finding out about this Most of Kate s lies are concentrated about one specific event the infamous night that Tommy Sullivan is a freak was spraypainted on the wall of the school gym.Then Tommy Sullivan shows up years after being run out of town oh, he goes by Tom now and he s somehow become incredibly hot Now Kate is struggling with feelings for Tom while desperately hoping that he tells no one about the infamous night , while still struggling to juggle the other two boys, AND competing in the Quahog Princess pageant while hoping no one finds out that she hates Quahogs the clams AND thinks the town s obsession with Quahogs the football players is stupid.Now all her deceptions are falling apart and OMG Tommy Sullivan I go by Tom now is getting hotter, what s a girl to do Kate s solutions are funny and unpredictable, and make for a fun read The book was overall a great choice in YA chick lit, I have only one quibble which is that I was surprised that the whole cheating on her boyfriend part was glossed over and treated like no big deal There was a justification for it in the book, but it just seemed sort of odd that even Tom Sullivan easily justified it that she just didn t like either of them enough and no one seemed that surprised or blamed her If it were her boyfriend who cheated on her, I m sure that would have been seen as badbut since it s our heroine, it s ok Other than that, I enjoyed the book and I am a big big fan of Meg Cabot aka Megan Cabot. Can somebody please have the courage to edit Meg Cabot Every single one of her writing quirks comes out in this story about a girl who is cheating on her hot boyfriend with another hot guy, and then another hot guy comes along, and oh yeah, something really bad happened to him a couple of years back that completely ostrasized him and now he s back to get revenge Or is it love Confused or bored enough yet I was.On her blog, Meg Cabot has a tendency to kind of brag about getting her manuscripts in past deadline Meg, darling, you are causing your editor to flip out and putting out a bad product Pants on Fire is all the proof you need. Listen peeps I read this in highschool and have re read it again and again and again No matter how my tastes in novels will change, these novels that started my way into the world of books will always have a place on my shelves and in my heart.I loved the whole mystery and suspense around what happened to drive Tommy Sullivan away from town When it was finally explained you felt the whole regret and innocence to such a simple thing FOUR years later down the track Katie has made it into the popular league Having a football player as a boyfriend and lying so damn much just to fit in She s living in her own blissful universe of being popular However, this all changes when the one man who has always been on her mind comes strolling back onto the scene.My absolute, absolute favourite part was when she finally sees him again at the beach Oh man how she feels and what she did to try and calm her raging feelings EVERY time I read this part you will find me on the floor chuckling with laughter It s so unexpected you can t help it Tommy Sullivan is one mysterious hunky, hunky dude His rebellious stage four years ago Say goodbye to the nerdy dude and say HELLOO to the professional model that seems to have walked straight off a magazine She s so stuck on thinking he is out for revenge she doesn t know how to act around him Everything she thinks when it comes to him is revenge But baby, it s so much Especially when he reveals his own little secrets Honey, honey, honey you gotta read it to find out You are going to cry, smile so hard, sigh continuously and laugh your head off Not to mention fall in love with all characters The ending always has my heart beating so fast I LOVE IT I also love the fact that this novel can teach young adults about the consequences of lying Katie spins so many lies and it ends up backfiring on her Another GREAT, GREAT, SO SO GREAT book by Meg Cabot An amazing Young Adult read So what are you waiting for No seriously Katie Ellison is a moron And that s the nicest thing that I can say about the so called heroine of this steaming load of crap.The story is based around the lies and life of one girl that I can find no redeeming qualities in, even after her transition into truth telling after living a life weaving stories for her own nefarious purposes The entirety of the book reads like a thirteen year old girl s diary, evoking the me, me, me mindset of a spoiled brat for whom enough is never enough Additionally, Katie is surrounded by a hive of like minded, vapid friends who on than one occasion justify her bad behavior and facilitate their own.The resolution isn t much better In true fashion of a person who truly believes that the world revolves around them, Katie comes out as a liar publicly, causing the ruin of a community event because she s too selfish to make peace with the people she s hurt privately, thus nullifying this bullshit martyr act of hers.The love story What can I say about the love story Which love story are we talking about In addition to being a liar, Katie is also a cheater She cheats on the boyfriend that she lied to get, she cheats on the boyfriend that she s cheating on boyfriend number one with, which makes her transformation into a seemingly monogamous being for this new old guy in her life totally unbelievable, essentially ruining any possible reason for anyone wanting to read this book.If Meg Cabot had killed off every character in this book in a massive bus accident, I might have given it than one star Thanks, Meg, for teaching young girls that you can lie, cheat, and manipulate people and you can still have a perfect, happy ending. I m new to Meg Cabot, and this was the first book of hers that I had read I know she s the Queen of teen lit, so I was a little suprised when I read this book It wasn t what I had expected.Meg Cabot tries to write like a teen would talk, saying things like not or what seems to be her favorite word, macking, which means kissing or making out, of course And she says these words a lot After about the fifth macking I almost gave up But I stuck with it, and my final verdict is so so The main character, Katie, is just not very likeable I know the point of these teen books is to have a total transformation at the end, a sort of a ha moment, but Katie s big speech at the end was so unrealistic and pointless And her relationship with supposed bad boy Tommy Sullivan was a bit boring Perhaps she should have centered the book on Tommy instead.I m sticking with Meg Cabot though I want to know her secret for selling so many books as I hope to write some YA fiction myself. I love Meg Cabot I learned you should not lie Even if it hurts Aww I love it And Tommy is NOT a freak Sort of a friends to second chance romance story and it made me giddy Except that Katie is kind of a cheater just kissing but still, I don t condone that But then Tommy Tom, now comes back into her life and rocks her world with a kiss to make you forget all other kisses and an ultimatum to boot, and she decides to come cleanabout everything And she s told a lot of lies even if by omission Witty, refreshing, and fun, I definitely enjoy Meg Cabot s young adult novels just as much as her adult stories. Confession time I have this horrible Meg Cabot weakness The moment a book of hers comes out, I rush to the store to buy it this happened just today and also last week and, dude, she writes so many books I do this even though there have been some books of hers in the past that I could not finish because I disliked them so much Apparently the ones I loved work some sort of amnesia on me so that when a new Meg Cabot book comes out I go, Meg Cabot I love every book of hers I must run to the store immediately If I m lucky, I ll love it It s been quite a while since I really disliked something.And then there are ones like this that just make me say, Meh I didn t love it I m not sure I really liked it But I definitely didn t hate it either It was pure fluff and predictable and kind of ridiculous, which is totally what I expect from a Meg Cabot book and which is all right when I like the characters and find it funny But I didn t really like any of the characters I wanted to like the main character because she was kind of a whore but just couldn t help herself and I totally understand that, but we just didn t get along And there seemed to be less of a plot than usual Meh.It was entertaining enough for the short time it took to read, but I don t know if I ll ever want to read it again.I will, however, get myself to a bookstore the moment the next Meg Cabot book comes out I m so weak Why Everyone LOVES Katie Ellison She S Top Of The Class, She Parties With The A List She S Bursting With Talent And She S Got The Kind Of Boyfriend Any Girl Would Kill To Get Their Hands On Why Everyone HATES Tommy Sullivan Four Years Ago He Exposed The Football Team As Cheats And Had To Leave Town, Along With His Family But The Graffiti Branding Him A Freak Still Scares The Gymnasium Wall And No One Has EVER Forgotten Now Tommy S Back In Town But He S Very Far From Being A Freak In Fact, Tom S Hot TOTALLY Hot And If Katie S Not Very Careful He Could Ruin Everything