Internet Girls Series, by Lauren Myracle: 2.5/5

I got this up before midnight, so it counts, right?

ttyl; ttfn; and l8r, g8r

Angela, Zoe, and Madigan are three best friends instant messaging their way through high school. Best: A reasonable facsimile of actual teens: their speech, their worries, their shenanigans. Worst: Remarkably dated.

Good for: Teens who are willing to do a lot of Googling, or people who were teens in 2006—though it won’t be very relevant to you now.

These books were really hard to review in pictures, so I guess I reviewed them in nicely laid out text. I read ttyl for a class, and I figured I’d finish out the series since one of my readers/friends suggested I read it for Banned Books Week last year. It was nowhere near as bad as I was expecting! If it weren’t for the worst thing (or if it were 5 years ago), I would have rated them a 3.

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5 Responses to Internet Girls Series, by Lauren Myracle: 2.5/5

  1. Jeremy says:

    Is there a climactic moment where one of them proclaims, “I think I have a chance with this guy!”? If there is, then I may possibly read it someday if I’m super bored.

  2. stormie says:

    i love the book 11 it is very inspireing

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