Who penned this work?:
How did this piece find it's way to your nightstand?:
At Target every Tuesday we all head to electronics to see what the new releases are. This author had a new book come out and my manager said she had read a different book by her and said it was "hilarious." So I head to the library, which is the smallest library in the world, and find a book by her.
Number of pages:
Time passed from start to finish?:
Three weeks or so, only reading it at work on my breaks.
Describe the cover:
It's hot pink. With the author and the title on it. Boring.
In what section of the bookstore would a reader find this?:
Summary of the basic plot:
(I had to steal this from a website because I couldn't come up with anything good to say)
bounty hunter Plum finds herself caring for a gaming-obsessed teenage boy, and embroiled in the middle of a bungled bank robbery.
Background information on the story/author:
She is somehow a #1 best selling author based on the books that are about this bounty hunter. I'm pretty sure I won't read any more of these so called #1 books.
What did you think of it? (your general response, what you liked or didn't like, what you learned, anything else you want to share about it):
obviously I've stated my dislike for this book enough. It felt like i was listening to a boring acquaintance tell me a story, that really doesn't have a point, and even if it does have a point, it's a very very boring story that I try and find a way to get out of listening. But since I can't do it, I listen to the very terrible end.
Which page was your favorite? Share why:
Umm the last page. Because it meant I was done.
If the story was made into a movie, who would you cast as the main characters?
Hmm who is an actress I don't really like? Probably the mom from Weeds because I've watched 9 episodes of the show and still don't like her. She could do this stupid role.
Share a quote that was worth reading twice. Explain why:
Sorry, I can't do that to anyone. Especially myself, opening that book again.
Choose your rating:
- Changed. My. Life.
- I laughed, I cried, I want you to read it
- A definite page-turner
- Good to check out but don't spend the cash.
- Why did I waste my weekend on this?
- A disgrace to paper everywhere
Flip to page 2, 22, or 202. Share the 7th sentence on the page.
They are all stupid sentences. I won't do it.