[ Pdf Audrey, Wait! Ô wwii-related-fiction PDF ] by Robin Benway â pamyatnik.pro
[ Pdf Audrey, Wait! Ô wwii-related-fiction PDF ] by Robin Benway â TODO MAL TODO MAL Que te paso Robin Esto es un ultraje, un esc ndalo Esto podr a haber sido SO MUCH MORE Tenemos a la protagonista que seg n la gente es la nueva Courtney Love, y le hacen slut shaming a m s no poder y en vez de que el libro sea No soy una puta, NINGUNA chica es una puta, la palabra PUTA no es m s que un invento mis gino para hacer sentir mal a las mujeres y denigrarlas por ser due as de su vida sexual termina siendo Yo no soy una puta , yo no soy como ESAS chicas Odio esos dobles est ndares de mierda a la final les molesta que les digan puta y vez de avivarse y darse cuenta que es un INVENTO MIS GINO se la pasan haciendo slut shaming a otras mujeres IDIOTAS.
La idiota de la protagonista es igual que la tarada de Storm Si quieren leer un libro BUENO de Robin les recomiendo Emmy Oliver.
I AM SO GLAD I GOT TO read THIS BOOK Audrey, Wait is fucking awesome I hope we can aptly conclude how much thought I m putting behind that statement, given this is the first time I ve outright cursed on this blog Which is surprising, actually, as I m such a potty mouth When I started this book, I was expecting great things because of all the glowing reviews it d received I went out of my way to buy it, too, which isn t something I do often Some people have been saying this book is fantastic from the get go I agree the first chapter is positively charming It is But then chapter two slowed down, and I was afraid of continuing on, because I was afraid the rest would go downhill, la too many books to remember, let alone list.
Turns out I could no Everybody S Singing, Audrey, Wait Audrey Cuttler S Life Hasn T Been The Same Since That Song, Audrey, Wait Hit The Airwaves All She Wants To Do Is Go To Concerts, Hang Out With Her Friends, And Maybe Score A Date With The Cute Boy Who Works With Her At The Scooper Dooper But Now, Her Ex Boyfriend S Song About Their Breakup Is At The Top Of The Charts And She S Suddenly Famous The Paparazzi Won T Leave Her Alone, The Tabloids Are Trying To Make Her Into Some Kind Of Rock Goddess, And The Internet Is Documenting Her Every Move Will Audrey Ever Be Able To Have A Normal Life Again Get Ready To Find Out, Because It S Time For Audrey To Tell Her Side Of The Story Audrey has just dumped her sort a loser boyfriend who then writes a song about how she dumped him Now she and the song have become famous Seen as the villian in the song she s scrutinized by the public and her whole life has turned upside down.
I really tried Really I did, but after hitting the fourth chapter and the 50th f bomb I just couldn t do it I know teens cuss, and I know they use the f word, but seriously Was that really necessary I literally stopped reading and started opening random pages 9 out of 10 times I found the f bomb and EVERY time there was a cuss word Come on people, you don t even use the word right In case you didn t know it s a verb, NOT an adverb or adjective Inanimate objects can t f Okay Okay I skimmed the rest of the book and ended up reading most of it I was really tempted to read the whole thing because there were some very funny pa The best and the only good character in this book was an oversized cat named Bendomolena Really.
I did like Audrey, the MC, at the beginning But damn if this girl didn t start annoying me as the book went onI care, Victoria Or does that not matter any Does my opinion not even count Oh, no, it definitely counts In fact, that s all that counts What the fuck does that mean News flash, Aud You re all you talk about any, and even then, all you do is complain You re a fucking whinerpretty much my sentiments yeahThe love interest, James, was so bland We never got to know his character All I know is that he s shy, probably doesn t have any friends insert question mark and likes music but can t sing That s all that was revealed It was one of the blandest romances I ve read about in recent memory The storytelling also didn t really work for me It was told in thi A girl finally brings herself to break up with her agreeable ish but self centered slacker boyfriend, and he chooses that moment to finally pay attention to her Unfortunately, the attention is paid in the form of an angst ridden song that ends up becoming his band s big break Naturally this turns Audrey a celebrity and she finds herself practically held hostage by her new insta fame I wonder if anyone can read this book now and not think if even for a moment of the once unavoidable Hey There Delilah At any rate, the chain of events that follow are pretty predictable friendships are strained while former school enemies try to mooch off any residual limelight they can absorb, Audrey s parents end up finding out far too much information about her love life, and ultimately there s a showdown with her ex Hijinks ensu This book is quite different from what I have read in the Young Adult genre so far I found this buried deep in the pit that is my TBR It was a short and fast paced book so I decided to pick it up.
The story is interesting This book is about a girl, who breaks up with a guy and has a song written about her Some Taylor Swift vibes right there Unfortunately for Audrey, the song, Audrey, Wait suddenly becomes really popular, and her life starts to spiral out of control Audrey has the wildest time as she constantly gets hounded by the media and harassed by the public attention Others come calling for their fifteen minutes of fame, throwing other obstacles in her path and poor Audrey pretty much has to put herself under house arrest so she can keep her sanity.
I wasn t expecting it, but this book actually gave me a lot of things to think about People Wow I expected this book to be good, and boy was I wrong, it was amazzzzing I liked Audrey s character, the writing style, the music references, the plot, and how realistic it was while still being very light readish When I saw the description, I was like this is unexpected, it seems pretty cool Then when I actually got my hands on the book, I saw that it was reviewed by Meg Cabot, and I was pretty worried about the originality of it all But no worries, Audrey, Wait was as amazing as the description.
Audrey has decided to break up with her, space cadet, self and band obsessed boyfriend She s pretty much over it until that night when, at the concert, she hears his band s new song a breakup song that would make her want to dance, if it weren t about her Lucky JK for her, a guy from a record company is at the performance, and just after things start to calm d
What to do when you come to the realization that, behind the pretty packaging, your boyfriend is basically a self centered, narcissistic asshat If you have a brain in your head, you dump him, of course And that is precisely what Audrey does Normally that would be the end of the story except that Audrey s boyfriend has his own band, a modicum of talent, the inspiration for the ultimate break up song, and a record executive coming to see his gig on the same night that Audrey dumps him And so, out of Mr Shallow s pain and anguish, the song, Audrey, Waitis born, and it s not long before it s sweeping the country and racing up the charts Suddenly, Audrey is famous and not coping so well At first, I thought the idea that Audrey would become so famous for simply inspiring a hit song was a little over the top, but when I look Let me first say that this book is highly praised by both readers and literary critics, therefore I am sure there is a lot of merit to it However for me Audrey, Wait simply didn t work There are several reasons why I didn t like this book 15 16 year olds having sex, drinking and taking drugs, excessive and unnecessary use of f word, Audrey s unrealistic fame I don t think anybody would be interested in a girl who had a song written about her, no matter how popular this song is I was able disregard these minor issues, because I ve seen and read it all before and don t have much of a problem with that What I couldn t get over was the voice of the book, Audrey s voice Maybe I don t remember what it is being a teenager any, or maybe I have never been a teenager like Audrey, but I found her annoying to no extent The whining, the snarkiness, the carelessness I absolutely disliked th