At the beginning of her sophomore year, Marisa is ready for a fresh start, and hopefully her first real boyfriend. Could it be popular, dreamy Derek? Or geeky Nash, who just might have a crush on her? Then there’s the underground, anonymous DJ, whose podcasts are the hottest thing at school and who seems to totally understand Marisa. But she doesn’t know who he is...or does she?
©2006 Susane Colasanti (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Chick lit for girls who think.” (Kirkus Reviews)
"An authentic picture of how complicated it is to be a teenager, especially one in love.” (Publishers Weekly)
"Colasanti has a knack of sustaining the heart- pounding suspense of young love for the length of a novel while managing to make it read, charmingly, like a conversation.” (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
I enjoyed this book. It was a nice easy read, but i enjoyed it and found myself relating to Marissa and how she feels a lot. This book is very relatable for somebody who has struggled with anxiety/depression. Worth a read!
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
yeah I have all her books , and Kate Rudd is just great
that Nash didn't try that nearly kiss scene and he treated Marrisa like a friend all the time
she feels the characters and she narrates at a good speed
Live in the now and be your own cheerleader
the plot is good and simple and I liked it , but it wasn't the best of her work
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