Monday 31 December 2012

My review of Me, Suzy P

Me, Suzy P by Karen Saunders
Release Date: January 1, 2013
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Me, Suzy P14-year-old Suzy Puttock and her three best friends lead an average teenage life, spending most of their time in school, home or hanging out in cafes. Side-splitting mishaps and cringe moments have a nasty habit of following Suzy wherever she goes, but otherwise life's pretty normal - she's been going out with Danny since forever, her nutty older sister Amber's wedding is taking up all her family's attention and her annoying younger sister Harry is intent on making her life a misery. 

But when gorgeous new boy Zach starts showing Suzy attention, she wonders if the grass may be greener on the other side of the romantic fence. Before Suzy knows it, she has broken up with Danny, there's a huge rift in her friendship group and life is careering off track. Can she sort herself out before things are messed up completely?

Me, Suzy P is an entertaining and interesting novel that will make readers laugh endlessly! This is the perfect book for younger readers who love books like Dork Diaries and the Georgia Nicolson series. 

Me, Suzy P is about a fourteen-year-old girl, Suzy Puttock, who loves to hang out with her three best friends at their favourite cafe. Unfortunately, Suzy is an accident prone and seams to leave cringe-worthy moments behind everywhere she goes. And when her sister chooses green dresses for her bridesmaids, Suzy is horrified. To make matters worse, there is a gorgeous new boy named Zach who seems to enjoy flirting with her. But Suzy has a boyfriend and she doesn't know how to pick between them.

Even though this book is aimed at younger readers, I did enjoy it. It kept me entertained for a good few hours! The characters were awesome and all had great personalities. Especially Suzy's family who were absolutely crazy and I loved to read about. 

At first I was worried about how the story was going to be rounded off but the author ended the book perfectly with a Happily Ever After, which fit the book perfectly. I don't know how else to describe this book except HILARIOUS! The romance is cute and sweet and made me say "aawwwrrr" quite a few times. 

Me, Suzy P expresses all the teen emotions that a young girl would be feeling at this stage in her life. There's boy trouble, family hate, friendship breakups, confusing dilemmas and awkward situations. Looking for a good laugh? I would definitely recommend you this.

- A review copy was provided by the publisher. Thank you Templar!

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