From Lisi Harrison, the New York Times bestselling author of The Clique and Alphas, comes a new series with a fresh twist on high school, romance, and the horrors of trying to fit in.
They prefer to call themselves RAD (Regular Attribute Disorder), but some call them monsters. So far, the "monster" community has kept a low profile in Salem, but this year two new girls enroll at Master High School, and the town will never be the same.
Created just fifteen days ago, Frankie Stein is psyched to trade her father's formaldehyde-smelling basement lab for parties and cheerleading. But with a student body totally freaked out by rumors of monsters who might be stalking the halls, Frankie finds that life in the "normi" world can be rough for a chic freak like her.
She thinks she finds a friend in fellow new student Melody Carver--but can a normi be trusted with her big secret?
©2010 Lisi Harrison (P)2010 Hachette Audio
Yes I would,, but only those who are younger than me or like Monster High.
IDK I never read anything with immature content
Vocal variety! You can definitely distinguish the voice she uses for different characters.
It made me laugh and some character annoyed me like real people would.
Cute, fun, teen, school drama, with romantic comedy thrown in bits and pieces. Its a bit superficial but still a fun story to get into.
This story about the new ghouls-Frankie Stein and Melody Carver- starting a new school, making friends and having realistic and not-so-realistic problems. Melody Carver and her family move into the monster neighborhood from LA, and shortly before school starts Frankie Stein is brought to life by her parents and downloaded with all the knowledge of a 15 year old. School starts. Crushes are made and broken. Secrets are learned...then stolen.
My neices loved the dance setting and could imagine their dolls in this scene. Our least favorite part was the ending-it leaves you hanging by a thread-pun intended. One lesson my neices remember from this story is do not take bad pictures on the cell phone cause they could get to people who do not need them.
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