Posted by: E.T:D-43 | January 31, 2011

Reading Chats

Do you like reading other people’s chats? Are you interested in tenth grade girls’ life? Then this might interest you!

 This book ttyl “talk to you later” by Lauren Myracle is in a chat form and it is easier to read than sentences in books because it doesn’t have scene explanations or narrative phrases. It is similar to reading a play because the story is told by the chat between teenage girls but you can know their gossips and rumors around them like you would do in chats.

The three main characters have very different characteristics so readers can fit to at least one of the characters and feel their hearts close. Angela is very talkative and has to have some guy to like every moment. Maddie is very calm and can give sensitive advices to people with problems. Zoe is very shy and good girl who does every homework given.

They are best friends and promise not to let school stupidness get them down! However, the three of them let themselves involved in a lot of things, Maddie being troubled with the school’s queen bee, Zoe getting attacked by a flirty teacher and Angela have problems with her boyfriend.

I would like to recommend this book to you because it is very easy and funny to read as the words are shortened as you would type when talking with your friends in texts, for example “you” is shortened to “u”. This book is in series and there are three more books to this series, ttfn “ta ta for now”, l8r g8r “later ter”, and bff. You would regret if you don’t read this book!

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  1. OH MY GOSH! I’ve read this before! 🙂 Looks like we’re interested in same kind of books!


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