Sunday, August 22, 2010

Poser: Review



Poser
by Sue Wyshynski

Tallulah Jones makes a huge splash at her new high school when the popular It Girl invites her to go surfing. The only problem? Tallulah can't surf. After a humiliating near-death experience, her little lie backfires completely and the in-crowd labels her a poser. Only a miracle can save her from outcast hell—one that arrives in the form of a frizzy-haired, nearsighted, completely unhip surfing phenom who takes Tallulah under her wing and teaches her to surf. When an enticing phone call tempts Tallulah to risk her new best friend's trust, Tallulah must prove once and for all that she's no poser; she's the real deal—- as a surfer and, more importantly, as a friend.

First Line: " So, Tallulah, do you surf?"

My Review: FAST read with super short chapters which is just about the best thing an author can do for readers, ha ha ha! Sue Wyshynski did a good job summing up life as a highschool student. Doesn't matter when you went to school or when you graduated, the same problems are still there year after year.

My Rating: 4 stars
259 pages
Until next time...


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1 comment:

naida said...

This one sound like a quick, fun read. I agree, it doesnt matter when you graduated high school, the same issues are always there.
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