July 10, 2018

#BookReview: Dating Disasters of Emma Nash by Chloe Seager

Reviewed By: Jessica P. 
Publisher: HaperTeen
Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Contemporary
About the Book:

Don’t miss the laugh-out-loud novel of the year!

Online, you can choose who you want to be. If only real life were so easy…


Emma Nash may be down, but after months of wallowing, stalking her ex online and avoiding showering—because, really, who’s going to care?—Emma’s ready to own her newly single status, get out with her friends and chronicle her dating adventures on her private blog.

But life online doesn’t always run smoothly. Stumbling upon her mother’s Tinder dating profile, getting catfished and accidentally telling the entire world why her ex-boyfriend Leon’s not worth any girl’s…um…time… Okay, those were disasters.

But surely nothing else can go wrong?

Filled with fun, flirty encounters and heartwarming friendships, Dating Disasters of Emma Nash will shock and delight scores of readers looking for something fresh.
 





About the Author: 
Chloe Seager grew up in London with her Mum and much-loved cat, Katie. She studied English Lit & Drama at university, where she sadly realized she couldn't act, but did rediscover her love of children's books. Children's Lit was one of her favorite modules and made her wonder why grown-ups ever stopped reading it. She now works as a YA/Children's literary agent.


  



Noteworthy experiences while reading this book: I didn't realize this was written in a blog style format. It was really weird to keep the story going. 

Do I Recommend this book? If you don't mind the style this one was written in then yes. 

Notes and Opinions:  This book is written in blog style for that just didn't work out for me.  I don't go for books that are written in this format or the format of prose and poems either.  Although the story was not for me. It doesn't mean that it's not for you. If you like funny quirky characters and high school in the real world. Check this one out.  I have to say that from what I read I did find that a lot of this book rang true for those in high school today.  Its a true look at what these kids go through and how they act. The author did an amazing job with it. 

Go Into This One Knowing:  Set in blog style form, great characters and story. 
 









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