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5,0 sur 5 étoilesGreat read
Commenté au Canada le 2 mars 2016
it was a pretty good read i would read more from this author I guess I connected with the book because that's how I felt in high school and I have pretty sarcastic sense of humor
Chris Colfer is an actor that I really like and I was afraid that maybe his writing wouldn't be that good. I was pleasantly surprised, this book is so fun to read! I recommend it to everyone who wants to have a good time ! And, I admit, to think about some issues that teens struggle with.
Chris Colfer is definitely becoming a writer who is capturing my heart with each book. I've been someone who has been waiting for the film for a long time so when I found out about the book I couldn't wait. It was hard to put this book down I literally had to force myself to close it at 3am so I could actually get some sleep. The writing is brilliant and witty and had me covering my mouth while laughing so I wouldn't wake anyone up. This is the kind of humour I associate with (very sarcastic) it even got one of my friends, who doesnt read much, to read it in a few hours. The power of a Chris Colfer book is a wonderful thing.
I bought this book because I'm a fan of Glee and Chris Colfer and I was not disappointed! Many celebrity novels tend to be poorly written but Chris has a very readable style of writing - touching, funny and very engaging. It's quite a short book, I read it in a couple of sittings so I struck off a star because it would have been nice to be a bit longer. But overall a great story with very likeable characters in particular his friend Mallory. I can't wait to see the film!
5,0 sur 5 étoilesA fantastic story and great accompaniment to a stunning film
Commenté au Royaume-Uni le 11 avril 2013
Chris Colfer is in his element as he writes about the frustrations of high school. He perfectly captures the struggles of those who don't fit into neat clihés. The story makes you he examine the importance of dreams, writing and sticking up for what you believe in, even (and especially) if it not popular. Although the readign age for this novel i would suggest is a little below my level, i thoroughly enjoyed reading it and would recommend to anyone wishing to read a coming-of-age sotry of wishing to get a deeper insight into Carson's character after having seen the film.
Its probably me, but I just couldnt get into this. Had read a number of very favourable reviews, so looked forward to reading the book - tried three or four times and really perservered but just wasnt interested in the story line or indeed the characters.