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I never cared for the cool people. I will be editing my review for that book with respect to my thoughts this evening.

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I really can’t put it down; it’s refreshing to read a young adult novel that’s a quick read, but still a thought-provoking, laugh-out-loud funny one. He wants to rub shoulders with the Hottest Girls in School.

Ik vond het alleen maar interessant om te zien hoe Joe Iconis het verhaal heeft veranderd! This article needs additional citations for verification. And now, after this incoherent rant, I’m done with it. To ask other readers questions about Nex More Chillplease sign up. This isn’t a big deal for a lot of the people on this site but it’s a huge deal for me.

With people you can argue and have tests and music reviews and wars to decide who’s better, but with software, it’s pretty clear. Jeremy becomes popular instantly, but he still hasn’t quite caught Christines attention and the squip goes haywire sometimes telling him to do vizzink stuff,Okay, I’ll stop here. He’s not unnecessary–he’s my friend.


The entire book apart from the ending perhaps revolves around Jeremy completely changing himself trying to get laid. If Mre say this, girls will like me and smile at me.


Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This is further used as a general insult throughout the book.

Aug 25, Anne rated it liked it. They are all incredibly misogynistic, as pointed out by many other reviewers.

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I shelved the book as a “Favorite” because he truly spoke well about depression, but how wrong he is about other issues makes my stomach churn. Macy’s school officially classifies her as “disturbed,” but Macy isn’t This book tells how Jeremy goes through his journey and shows how the squip can benefit him and mess his life up.

This book has gotten many bad reviews and it made me lenient to pick it up. I was hoping that this would break that formula. Michael comes across a distraught Jeremy who confesses he acquired a SQUIP that has been influencing him for the last few months. Go get this book right now! If you want to discuss this more with me, feel free. October 23, Publisher: I can’t talk about this without some major spoilers, which is disappointing because it looks very disproportionate against my complaints.

Not very impressed, sometimes being inside of a teenage boy’s head is no fun at all. It’s all boiled down to stereotypes.


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Jeremy Heere is your average high school dork. Funny new style book Reader reviewed by bria this book is defferent, something i have never read about before. I was hoping that the attempts of hipness would be, idk, groundbreaking.

I listened to it recently and I wanted to learn more about the characters I loved: I had a hard time doing so. This was because I was so engrossed in seeing what was going to happen next. Dat houdt niet in dat ik spijt heb dat ik dit boek heb gelezen. The last novel published before his death, House of Secrets, was a middle-grade fantasy novels co-written with filmmaker Chris Columbus; it debuted on the New York Times best-seller list.

I saw a decent average rating and thought it would be better. The book’s interesting premise, its wry humor, and the for the most part likability of its protagonist make it enjoyable to read. Soon he is friends with his former tormentors and has the attention of the hottest girls in school.

Jeremy himself is just an awful character. Book segment at the end of my review, so if you just want to know what I think about the book itself, just ignore the last part of my review.