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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Review: Mia the Magnificent

Title: Mia the Magnificent
Author: Eileen Boggess
Pages: 161
Genre: YA
Source: Bancroft Press- Many thanks to Harrison for sending me a copy to review!










Synopsis (from Goodreads):

After one summer at the Little Tykes Theatre, Mia Fullerton is meek no more, but that doesn t make her life any easier not in her sophomore year at St. Hilary's, when her best friend Lisa forces her into a dangerously big part in The Music Man. Not when her ex-boyfriend, Tim, is teaching her little brother Chris to treat women like objects. And not when she learns to drive with serious repercussions. Who is Mia?

My Thoughts:
Mia is a girl that I truly enjoy reading about. In this third installment of the series, we find Mia going through the typical teen years. Liking boys that like someone else. Liking boys that cheat on you. Having girls hate you for no good reason. Siblings that get on your nerves, and parents that still won't give you too much freedom, even though she just got her driving license! Mia the Magnificent is a fun, quick read and at times made me laugh out loud. I think Mia would appeal to 12-15 year-old age range because she's still pretty innocent and not naughty enough for that older crowd who is looking for something grittier. I look forward to the next book and to see what life has in store for Mia during her Junior year.

3.5 stars out of 5

9 comments:

  1. this series sounds like a lot of fun!! great review staci! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

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  2. Thanks for letting me know this book is part of a series! Sounds like a good read.

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  3. Interesting series. Sounds sort of like Junie B. grown up!

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  4. Sounds like another one that my daughter would love!

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  5. Sounds like a nice book to read. Great review!

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  6. Fullerton is a great name & I am not just saying that because that is where I grew up. Okay, maybe it is;)

    I wish that I knew someone in that age range to suggest the book too.

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  7. Mia is such a teenager--I'm looking forward to reading this one :)

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  8. I like your thoughts on this one, especially your reasons for recommending it for 12-15 year olds. I appreciate your opinion in YA books. I have an eleven-year-old granddaughter and I often buy books for her and give her recommendations on books. This one is going on the list for next year.

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