16 Reasons Why My Life Sucks

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Sixteen year old Kate Reynolds has a problem: her life completely sucks. Her mother has recently lost her job and has now resorted to bus driving. Her best friend is a midget and the hottest junior in school lives right next door (Kate hates him). And to top it all off, her sister Erica is PERFECT and has recently gotten the lead role in the school play. But then Erica suddenly gets sick and Kate has to fill in for her. Can Kate cope with all of this? It might take the help of the guy she meets in New York City...
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  • By anshu kshetri
    Jun 12, 2010
    Her life definitely doesn't suck! It was so fun readin' the entire story. A perfect teen rom-com story, I would say. I'm in love with the characters. But there are few grammatical errors that require editing. Overall, it was awesome!!
  • By Courtney Carr
    Apr 11, 2010
    This was a very poorly written book. There was no inspiring plot line and the writing should not even be mentioned. No well-written book has much in all caps, which can be obnoxious and hard to read. The romance is so obvious that we are all wondering if the main character is mentally ill, and this is somewhat confirmed with her constant anger issues. Knowing what high school is like makes me think that the author of this story must be of a very juvenile age, and the writing and vocabulary hints at this as well. Ms. Walker it is plain that you have done no editing and that you have not read or understood many great novels. Even television should give you a better idea of what high schoolers do. Frankly, seniors do not wish to spend time alone in a hotel room with a girl throwing food. It would be a little more x-rated so to speak. I appreciate your attempts at writing such "mature" literature, and I also did this at a young age, with similar results. If you are interested in... More > young adult books, such as the one you have written, you should read something along the lines of the "Gossip Girl" series, or books written by Meg Cabot. Those give a better hint at teenage life, and can help you improve your writing. Good Luck.< Less
  • By Diana Gibbs
    Mar 24, 2010
    I really liked the story line, and the characters were great! There were a few grammatical errors that at times made the story hard to understand, but otherwise, very well written! Would love to see Kate as a college student, and what happens with her and Matt!
  • By Valarie Liu
    Jan 29, 2010
  • By Nurhaizi Mostapha
    Nov 9, 2009
    i love the story.. :)
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October 1, 2011
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