Free download ¹ Sloppy Firsts ☆ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

Free download Sloppy Firsts

Free download ¹ Sloppy Firsts ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ ❮Epub❯ ➣ Sloppy Firsts ➢ Author Megan McCafferty – “My parents suck ass Banning me from the phone and restricting my computer privileges are the most tyrannical parental gestures I can think ofUre through her months as a type A personality turned insomniac to her completely mixed up feelings about Marcus Flutie the intelligent and mysterious “Dreg” who works his way into her heart Like a John Hughes for the twenty first century Megan McCafferty taps into the inherent humor and drama of the teen experience This poignant hilarious novel is sure to appeal to readers who are still going through it as well as those who are grateful that they don’t have to go back and grow up all over aga. Since I had to explain to my wife that my latest reading excursion was not in fact a between the sheets adventure with multiple terms for male and female genitalia I might have reached my erotica novel uota for the month of May and possibly June as well In case you haven’t already figured it out this is not erotica nor is it even classified as romance But I was romantically involved with it all the same SLOPPY FIRSTS punched my two front teeth out and slapped me hard on the cheek It lifted my feet six inches off the ground and turned me upside down Had I managed to offer the world a coherent thought or two I probably would have followed it up with a giggleJessica Darling might have been the greatest thing to happen to my otherwise miserable existence She actually made me happy to be alive and I even managed to smile for once in my dejected life She made me want to attempt night running and swoon over poetry and wander the hallowed halls of my youth aimlessly and have crushes on Spanish teachers and pretend that I had a big sister named Bethany who was so full of herself that her head was a ticking time bomb and run through mallsand yes it really was that fucking goodThe voice was filled with sardonic poetry and wisdom and wit and charm and she sounded older than she really was even if her body had the developed pace of a kindergartner Whether it was Burke or Bridget or Marcus or Manda or Sara I was hooked lined and snickered and I found myself reeling in a big mouth bassWhether I actually did or not is hard to say but I found myself bouncing along the halls with my head held high and my corduroys on rye and a picture perfect wave across the sky helping me find my way homeIf I really stop to think about it I probably shouldn’t have fallen in love with this novel but you can’t always choose what books you love and in this case I tried to say no but I ended up saying yes Over and over and over againCross posted at Robert's Reads

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Om she could really communicate has gone How is she supposed to deal with the boy and shopping crazy girls at school her dad’s obsession with her track meets her mother salivating over big sister Bethany’s lavish wedding and her nonexistent love lifeA fresh funny utterly compelling fiction debut by first time novelist Megan McCafferty Sloppy Firsts is an insightful true to life look at Jessica’s predicament as she embarks on another year of teenage torment from the dark days of Hope’s depart. Re read 92017 So upon re reading this forThrowback Thursday my rating has gone down from 5 stars to 4 stars due to some pretty problematic elements that exist in this book slut shaming slurs cheating etc These are things that I didn't notice back when I first read this book about a decade ago and tbh I'm a little embarrassed that I have recommended this book to so many people since then WITH ALL THAT BEING SAID I still thoroughly enjoyed this book and I love Jessica and Marcus and even Bridget and Pierre I 100% will be carrying on with re reading the series but I will make sure to go at them with a much critical eye now

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Sloppy Firsts“My parents suck ass Banning me from the phone and restricting my computer privileges are the most tyrannical parental gestures I can think of Don’t they realize that Hope’s the only one who keeps me sane I don’t see how things could get any worse”When her best friend Hope Weaver moves away from Pineville New Jersey hyperobservant sixteen year old Jessica Darling is devastated A fish out of water at school and a stranger at home Jessica feels lost than ever now that the only person with wh. This was a really funny feel good novel reminiscent of novels like Angus Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging and other such hilariosity I'd heard comparisons made between the two before but I admit I was reluctant to check it out being sure that it would be unlikely to entertain me as much as Georgia Nicholson's journals However I'd say it's pretty fair to make positive comparisons between the two it's just unfortunate that I keep reading how most people didn't enjoy the rest of the series as much as this first installmentJessica Darling is a very amusing narrator she is cynical has insecurities crushes and an insufferable family She reminded me of Georgia in many ways The main difference that stood out is that this book is much ruder in a funny way compared to Louise Rennison's pretty tame stories Like this where Jessica is asked to sign the yearbook of a fellow student who has a crush on her PierreI've always admired your ability to conjugate a verb And I'll never forget the night I found out the true identity of The Black Elvis See you in French II A bientotJessicaThe grin on his face was a mile wide It was as if I had written PierreI've always admired your ability to fill out a pair of tightie whities And I'll never forget the night I found out that you know your way around a clitoris See you in my wettest wildest dreamsVoulez vous coucher avec moi ce soirJessicagiggles It's just rude enough so that it stays funny and doesn't become ridiculous Oh yeah and the other difference between this and the Georgia stories is that there are some serious issues in this book like death and family matters whereas Georgia wouldn't know serious if it hit her in the face But on the whole if you're looking for something that is mostly mindless fun you should read this book Just maybe be prepared for future disappointments or like me you could just plan to stop after book one