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[Mark Peter Hughes] ã Lemonade Mouth [pirates PDF] Ebook Epub Download ↠´ This book was really good The movie although I didn t see it made me curious, so I decided to give the book a try I really liked it I m not sure if I d go as far as to say I LOVED it, but that s not because it lacked anything a good book should have It just didn t spark with me The premise is a tad random, and the foundation of the entire plot seems a bit shaky, but I didn t mind Just because what happened with Lemonade Mouth doesn t happen often, doesn t mean it can t happen The writing was great, but what really astounded me was how well Hughes did with giving each narrator their own voice Well, the main narrators All the extraneous narrators blended together, but whatever Anyway, the characters all resounded with me pretty well I didn t hero worship any of them, like I do with some book characters, but I felt for all of them.
Olivia at first, I really liked Enjoyable Exactly what I anticipated and didn t feel let down at all.
What I didn t like about the movie was made up for in this book, and what I didn t enjoy about the book the movie made up for If you want to read a fun book about a band of misfits who come together to start a Revolution, grab this You re bound to connect to one of these characters For me it was Olivia The shy one who has a tough time being herself in front of people It didn t hurt that I would have had a crush on Wen too.
I have an embrassing confession to make I have a huge weakness for Disney Channel original Movies I don t know why I just do There s something reassuring, almost reassuring, about watching attractive young people badly act their way through a 90 minute cliche script only to have the ending arrive with a pretty bow Lemonade Mouth particularly captured my heart It has all the things I love cute boys, witty jokes, and awesome if not random music scenes Plus Charlie reminded me of Johnny Depp Anyway, when I heard it was based on a book, I went on the hunt The result Awesomeness and slight anger at Disney Honestly, they did a great job taking well flushed out human characters and turning them into purified pretty caricatures The movie and the book are drastically different when it comes How did I hadno ideathis book existed I LOVE the movie so much, it s really sinful that I haven t read the book.
But no worries, I can fix that XD This book was really good The movie although I didn t see it made me curious, so I decided to give the book a try I really liked it I m not sure if I d go as far as to say I LOVED it, but that s not because it lacked anything a good book should have It just didn t spark with me The premise is a tad random, and the foundation of the entire plot seems a bit shaky, but I didn t mind Just because what happened with Lemonade Mouth doesn t happen often, doesn t mean it can t happen The writing was great, but what really astounded me was how well Hughes did with giving each narrator their own voice Well, the main narrators All the extraneous narrators blended together, but whatever Anyway, the characters all resounded with me pretty well I didn t hero worship any of them, like I do with some book characters, but I felt for all of them.
Olivia at first, I really liked Enjoyable Exactly what I anticipated and didn t feel let down at all.
What I didn t like about the movie was made up for in this book, and what I didn t enjoy about the book the movie made up for If you want to read a fun book about a band of misfits who come together to start a Revolution, grab this You re bound to connect to one of these characters For me it was Olivia The shy one who has a tough time being herself in front of people It didn t hurt that I would have had a crush on Wen too.
I have an embrassing confession to make I have a huge weakness for Disney Channel original Movies I don t know why I just do There s something reassuring, almost reassuring, about watching attractive young people badly act their way through a 90 minute cliche script only to have the ending arrive with a pretty bow Lemonade Mouth particularly captured my heart It has all the things I love cute boys, witty jokes, and awesome if not random music scenes Plus Charlie reminded me of Johnny Depp Anyway, when I heard it was based on a book, I went on the hunt The result Awesomeness and slight anger at Disney Honestly, they did a great job taking well flushed out human characters and turning them into purified pretty caricatures The movie and the book are drastically different when it comes How did I hadno ideathis book existed I LOVE the movie so much, it s really sinful that I haven t read the book.
But no worries, I can fix that XD Oh My Gosh I am in love Lemonade Mouth is brilliant A masterpiece I watched the Disney Channel movie version and loved it Then I went and got the book Even better I can t believe I ve lived this long without reading this Then I read the prequel to Lemonade Mouth Great I now want to play the electric ukulele, the trumpet, the timbales, and the double bass I want to have a voice like a 3 pack a day smoker I want to be Stella Penn I want to be Olivia Whitehead I want to be Mohini Banerjee I want to be in love with Wendell Grifford I want to know Charlie Hirsh I want to ride my bike across town I want to die my hair green I want to see Lemonade Mouth in concert I want to be Lemonade Mouth All because of this book.
Disney Channel must die I know movies are never exactly like the book, and a lot of kids watch Disney, so the movies they play have to be family friendly So in that case, they shouldn t have touched Lemonade Mouth They completely dumbed down the story and the characters, making their personal struggles less heavy And speaking of things being less heavy, the actress who played Olivia Olivia is described as being fat and rather creepy looking, so who does Disney cast, you might ask BRIDGET MENDLER Because there s no way fat people are talented enough or good enough to be in a DISNEY film, now are they Don t get me wrong, I have nothing against Bridget Mendler My point is, this book has a lot of good messages in it, and it s a great story I really enjoyed it, and I don t think Disney did a good job of portraying the Poets Geniuses RevolutionariesThe Members Of The Legendary Band Lemonade Mouth Have Been Called All Of These Things But Until Now, Nobody S Known The Inside Story Of How This Powerhouse Band Came To Be How Five Outcasts In Opoquonsett High School S Freshman Class Found Each Other, Found The Music, And Went On To Change Both Rock And Roll And High School As We Know It Wen, Stella, Charlie, Olivia, And Mo Take Us Back To That Fateful Detention Where A Dentist S Jingle, A Teacher S Coughing Fit, And A Beat Up Ukelele Gave Birth To Rhode Island S Most Influential Band Told In Each Of Their Five Voices And Compiled By Opoquonsett S Scene Queen, Freshman Naomi Fishmeier, This Anthology Is Their Definitive History 4 1 10Random ReadsLemonade MouthBy Mark Peter HughesThe legacy began in the basement of Opequonsett High School during detention It was fortuitous that the five freshmen serving their time together being as they normally were not members of the detention attending crowd All it took was a radio commercial and a little improvising and then the monumental band, Lemonade Mouth, was born The band s five members may run with different crowds at Opequonsett High but managed to come together through a musical connection Stella is the spearhead of the group Stella, the green haired ukulele player, is an individual always looking for a cause to back Wen, trumpet player extraordinaire, is dealing with his dad s new, much younger, girlfriend who appears to be taking over both his home life and parts of his school life, i.
e accidentally swi You know when you watch the movie before reading the book and you can t help but reference every bad thing about the book to good things from the movie I loved Disney s Lemonade Mouth As somebody who no longer likes Disney, I was shocked by how much I liked it I cried about three times, to be honest.
The book was just very different I expected this, since Disney censors literally everything, but the amount of things that were changed could have made the movie and book two almost completely different stories Whereas the movie was about friendship and empowerment, the book wasabout young teens coming to the awkward age of teen hood and trying to deal with life.
Because I had already watched the movie, I had already gotten in my mind what was going to happen, who the characters were, and h I have to say first that I read the book only AFTER seeing the Disney Channel original movie Which I HIGHLY recommend if you liked the book So, I have spoilers for both the book and the movie Anyway, I really liked some thingsin the book and somein the movie First off, I was very happy to see that Mo and Charlie got together in the book It made my day And I m not quite sure why they changed that part of the story Mo s character is definitely different in the movie And also in the movie, it s not really explained why she turns back to Scott after she made this huge deal about being a different type of person, not one that could be with him So weird Olivia and Wen also made me smile Although there were hints in the movie, it didn t distinctly have their romance laid out like in the book And I found it REALLY funny how Wen lusted after Sydney in the book because I could



Disney Channel must die I know movies are never exactly like the book, and a lot of kids watch Disney, so the movies they play have to be family friendly So in that case, they shouldn t have touched Lemonade Mouth They completely dumbed down the story and the characters, making their personal struggles less heavy And speaking of things being less heavy, the actress who played Olivia Olivia is described as being fat and rather creepy looking, so who does Disney cast, you might ask BRIDGET MENDLER Because there s no way fat people are talented enough or good enough to be in a DISNEY film, now are they Don t get me wrong, I have nothing against Bridget Mendler My point is, this book has a lot of good messages in it, and it s a great story I really enjoyed it, and I don t think Disney did a good job of portraying the Oh My Gosh I am in love Lemonade Mouth is brilliant A masterpiece I watched the Disney Channel movie version and loved it Then I went and got the book Even better I can t believe I ve lived this long without reading this Then I read the prequel to Lemonade Mouth Great I now want to play the electric ukulele, the trumpet, the timbales, and the double bass I want to have a voice like a 3 pack a day smoker I want to be Stella Penn I want to be Olivia Whitehead I want to be Mohini Banerjee I want to be in love with Wendell Grifford I want to know Charlie Hirsh I want to ride my bike across town I want to die my hair green I want to see Lemonade Mouth in concert I want to be Lemonade Mouth All because of this book.
4 1 10Random ReadsLemonade MouthBy Mark Peter HughesThe legacy began in the basement of Opequonsett High School during detention It was fortuitous that the five freshmen serving their time together being as they normally were not members of the detention attending crowd All it took was a radio commercial and a little improvising and then the monumental band, Lemonade Mouth, was born The band s five members may run with different crowds at Opequonsett High but managed to come together through a musical connection Stella is the spearhead of the group Stella, the green haired ukulele player, is an individual always looking for a cause to back Wen, trumpet player extraordinaire, is dealing with his dad s new, much younger, girlfriend who appears to be taking over both his home life and parts of his school life, i.
e accidentally swi You know when you watch the movie before reading the book and you can t help but reference every bad thing about the book to good things from the movie I loved Disney s Lemonade Mouth As somebody who no longer likes Disney, I was shocked by how much I liked it I cried about three times, to be honest.
The book was just very different I expected this, since Disney censors literally everything, but the amount of things that were changed could have made the movie and book two almost completely different stories Whereas the movie was about friendship and empowerment, the book wasabout young teens coming to the awkward age of teen hood and trying to deal with life.
Because I had already watched the movie, I had already gotten in my mind what was going to happen, who the characters were, and h I have to say first that I read the book only AFTER seeing the Disney Channel original movie Which I HIGHLY recommend if you liked the book So, I have spoilers for both the book and the movie Anyway, I really liked some thingsin the book and somein the movie First off, I was very happy to see that Mo and Charlie got together in the book It made my day And I m not quite sure why they changed that part of the story Mo s character is definitely different in the movie And also in the movie, it s not really explained why she turns back to Scott after she made this huge deal about being a different type of person, not one that could be with him So weird Olivia and Wen also made me smile Although there were hints in the movie, it didn t distinctly have their romance laid out like in the book And I found it REALLY funny how Wen lusted after Sydney in the book because I could

Mark Peter Hughes

[Mark Peter Hughes] ã Lemonade Mouth [pirates PDF] Ebook Epub Download ↠´ pamyatnik.pro Mark Peter Hughes was born in Liverpool, England in the Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, the same hospital as John Lennon His family moved to the U.S.A when he was one and most of his childhood was spent in Barrington, Rhode Island Mark s first novel, I Am the Wallpaper, is the the story of a girl who feels unnoticed and ends up being an unwitting online sensation Soon after its publication