Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Review for Fabulous Terrible.



First off, I want to thank Amy for having me review this superb book. It was very exciting, and I loved reviewing it for you!
"In six short months your enire life has gone into turnround."

This is exactly what happens to YOU! Yes, you! The book Fabulous Terrible hosts you as the main character. And well, just as you think your life has gone great everything turns horrible. Starting off with the good things, You are excepted into Trumball Woodhouse (TW), an amazing, expencive all girl boarding school in the country. You are different though. You have frightening, recurring "shimmers" that never seem to go away. You havent told anyone about them, ever since your old foster parents never came to get you after promising to provide a new, happy home for you. Not even your current foster parents know about them. So, after applying to boarding schools, to get away from them as much as possible, because you dont want the same thing to happen to you again, TW accepts you. Saying goodbye to Emily, your best friend was hard enough. But is TW going to be all that easy? They call it glamorous, but you call it horror.

So my thoughts about this book are all in different catagories. The things I adored about this is the thought of the Main Character being based upon you, yourself. I could somewhat see myself as the main character, but not always. That is one of the downs of this book.

Another high for this book is the constant adventure and addiction to the Adventures of You. Suspence grasps this book in a way I cant explain. Some people say this book is predictable. I didnt think it was as much. Only at the end when they caught the suspect, you kind of saw it coming. There were surprises at every page and it was deffinatly mysterious.

Tags: mystery, suspence, fun, you, Fabulous, Terrible, friends, evil, woodhouse, Trumbull, excitement, thief, rich, girl, college.



3 comments:

Lenore said...

I enjoyed this too!

addicted reader said...

Cool! lol

robin_titan said...

I'm very interested in reading this book I've heard quite a bit about it, some negative things, but I'd like to form my own opinion of it. It sounds very unique