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by Cameron Tuttle

eBook Paisley Hanover Acts Out Institutional Edition download ISBN: 0803733445
Author: Cameron Tuttle
Publisher: Dial (March 5, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 432
ePub: 1353 kb
Fb2: 1170 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

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April 2010 : UK Paperback.

When high school sophomore Paisley Hanover becomes disgusted with her school's social hierarchy, she starts writing a newspaper column under the name "Miss UnPleasant," and it shakes things up more than she ever expected.
Comments: (7)
Gna
What can I say. The author and I went to the same high school. The book is a flash back to those days. She even has diagrams of the school layout.
Celace
Paisley Hanover has a plan, had a plan, a seven point plan to be exact. That went out the window as she spastic jazzed her way out of Yearbook (don't ask). Now she's stuck with the popularity-impaired drama freaks. On top of that her best friend is no longer on speaking terms with her after something weird happened at a summer party. Now Paisley has to figure out how to get her life back on track. She has a play performance (with a boy she's got a below-the-belt crush on); she's running for student council, trying to get her best-y back and oh yeah, a following of misUNderstood kids. All while trying to live a perfectly normal high school life full of crushes (above and below the belt), friends and popularity.

Paisley Hanover is not very smart. She's of moderate intelligence which makes her more believable as a misfit stuck in a rah-rah's body. This was a fun read, reminiscent of the Georgia Nicolson series (except not British and no one is funnier than Georgia. NO ONE!). I found the characters were pretty believable. There were nasty ones and dorky ones, smart ones and jock ones. Some times it seemed a little exaggerated for comic effect, but it is high school so you know...I'm not sure what else to say really. Paisley wasn't a heroine really, sometimes I found her very naïve and full of herself but *shrug* it happens. I definitely want to read the next book in this series because this one ended on a "oh, come on!" kind of note. This was fun and great for sitting outside on a hot day and giggling to.

First Line:
"I took a deep breath outside the door to Yearbook class and then sauntered--yes, I actually sauntered--into the room, doing my best imitation of calm, confident me.

Favorite Line:
"Bentley Jones, Dwight Cashel, and Eric Sobel had turned the corner and were headed in my direction, talking and laughing like the world were made of lollipops and midgets."
Xisyaco
To be honest, I wasn't excepting much from this. I can't exactly key point why, but I think it had something to do with the cover and summary. They just weren't eye catching enough. Though, as soon as I started it, I feel in love with Paisley's story. Since, it was extremely funny and seemed shockingly real!

The plot and writing in Paisley Hanover Acts Out was cute and interesting. I loved that Carmen not only had a novel within this, but a "notebook" filled with Paisley's drawings and thoughts. It was a great idea! Also, the plot was original which made me keep flipping the pages wondering what was going to happen next. Plus, near the end Carmen keep throwing in surprises that had my prediction of what was going to happen go completely off track.

Although, I had a couple of problems with the book. For one, Paisley Hanover Acts Out had some of the weirdest transitions ever. There was this one time when she was talking about soccer and then all of sudden it flipped to her describing her best friends in the next paragraph! Also, sometimes the writing was redundant.

The real stars of this novel were Paisley Hanover and her friends (the unpopular ones), though. They were hilarious and snarky which made you become completely interested in their lives. Plus, they all had this sense of reality which I admired.

Overall, Paisley Hanover Acts Out was one of the funniest books that I have read in awhile, even though it become somewhat shallow at times. I can't wait to read the sequel to this, Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells, which comes out in October!

Grade: B+
Wooden Purple Romeo
When I first picked this up, I hadn't seen any reviews and figured it would be a mediocre attempt at portraying high school life. As usual, I was completely wrong.

At the beginning of the novel, Paisley seems like your average high school student that runs with the in-crowd. In just a few chapters, you see a different side of her. A side that disagrees with the things her "friends" do but goes along with it just because she wants to be liked. But after hanging out with certain members of the "un-crowd", Paisley decides it's time to make a change in the way her school works, and that's when her character becomes someone most of us aspire to be like. She steps up, does what she thinks is right, and sticks up for the people who need.

I found myself laughing hysterically at certain points in this novel (this was definitely a bad choice to read during the PSSA's at school) and I just couldn't put it down. Not only was Paisley a fun character to read about, the other characters, even the ones who didn't have big roles, were unique and I can guarantee you won't ever find such a random crowd in any other books.

There's not much more for me to say about this other than I really enjoyed it and if you've been thinking about picking it up, now if the time to do so. (I hear the final copy has some really cool packaging!) I'm anxiously awaiting the sequel.