Friday, November 17, 2006
Yes, those are feet
Libby's bored. She's sick of pointless stunts that simply advertise her popularity. She's over the meaningless prattle of her friends. In a weak moment, she decides that maybe doing something completely out of character will enliven life, so she signs up for the zoo elective and finds herself with unpopular freaks. Whatever will The Queen of Cool do?
Well, she'll figure out that there are things that matter a whole lot more in life than partying and looking down at people, of course! This is a teen novel! You totally knew what was going to happen, but it was still great to watch the measured transformation. I felt all warm and cuddly by the end. Yay! Cecil Castellucci had a clear message, but she wasn't terribly didactic. Much stronger than the book of the same topic you'll see me blog four books from now. Any guesses for that title? ;)
I still want a sequel to Boy Proof, though.