Friday, July 06, 2012

Au Revoir Crazy European Chick : Book Review

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick

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Title : Au Revoir Crazy European Chick

Series :  -
Author : Joe Schreiber
Release Date : Oct. 25th 2011
Publisher : HMH for Children / Thomas Allen & Son Canada
Format : Hardcover
Source :  
**An Hardcover copy was provided by Thomas Allen & Son Canada in exchange of an honest review**

My Opinion :

Au Revoir Crazy European Chick made me very curious with its weird and original, yet representative title. The title is, I guess, the thing that made me want to read the book.

It takes you on a roller coaster ride and doesn't let you get off until the very end!

Sometimes, short books (230 and less, for me, is little) just suck. You feel like the author just wrote a story, not a book. You feel like it just lacked of content.

But other (YES! THEY EXIST!) books aren't like that. The author writes the book so greatly, and entertains you, that the quickness is actually an ASSET to the book, not something to tear it down.

Au Revoir Crazy European Chick is a book that you can add to your To Be Read list and can be fit in easily. So.. why don't you go get it?

Au Revoir Crazy European Chick is about Perry, a normal high schooler. He gets this Lithuanian exchange student named Gobi, whom is really weird. But, now Perry has to take her to prom. And he doesn't want to, because the same night, he and his band have a gig at a cool New York club. But, he's his father'S goody-two-shoe and takes her to prom. But... is turns out that maybe Gobi isn't really shy. At all. Because she's an assassin.

Fast-paced and awesome.

Gobi was quite the character. And, my brain is FRIED from wondering if it was her at the end! AGHHH!

Perry was just the funny kind of guy you know that can make you laugh. But he also has an ass of a dad. And that pretty much sucks. But, he stands up to him at the end, and I was proud of him :D

Great character building!


4 roses!

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Author Bio : 

'I was born in Michigan in 1969 and lived all over: Alaska, California, Wyoming, all before age 10. The restlessness sank in -- after graduating from the University of Michigan, I just kept moving. I've lived in LA, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, Oregon, and Martha's Vineyard. Constant relocation forced me to be creative in my employment: I've been a pet-sitter, an office boy in a DC law office, waited tables and worked at something like six different Borders Bookstores...which has to be a record. These days I work as an MRI tech at Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA.

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