• Title: Every Girl's Guide to Heartache
  • Author: Marla Miniano
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every Girl s Guide to Heartache When Anna is dumped by the love of her life the perfect guy the only one in the world who truly meshes well with her she is devastated She s angry she wants revenge and most of all she wants him
    When Anna is dumped by the love of her life, the perfect guy, the only one in the world who truly meshes well with her, she is devastated She s angry, she wants revenge, and most of all, she wants him back But when life throws her a curve ball in the form of Miguel, literally The Boy a Few Houses Down, Anna thinks she can be happy again or is her heart just playing trickWhen Anna is dumped by the love of her life, the perfect guy, the only one in the world who truly meshes well with her, she is devastated She s angry, she wants revenge, and most of all, she wants him back But when life throws her a curve ball in the form of Miguel, literally The Boy a Few Houses Down, Anna thinks she can be happy again or is her heart just playing tricks on her This book is exactly what teen lit should be smart, funny, and filled with all the thrilling firsts that shape girls into bright, young women Readers will love Anna, a refreshingly offbeat heroine, because for all her quirks, she speaks in a voice that s strong, clear, and true Candy magazine

    One Reply to “Every Girl's Guide to Heartache”

    1. Know that despite your heartbreak, the world revolves without you, and does not revolve around you." So so so I read this at a time when I was gung-ho over someone and yes! I could relate to Anna. It's a good, realistic bookd it'll make you realize that jerks do not deserve a place in your heart, and that it's okay to let go, move on, and find your happy ending. You deserve a happy ending.

    2. Read this right after my high-school boyfriend and I broke up. Didn't really help because I was too busy wallowing myself in the bitterness and all of the break-up, but I did enjoy this novelette. After reading it, all I could think of was "Damn, I so want to be like her someday." :)

    3. this was such a fun read. I recommend this to all female tweens & teens! I can't fully describe it! I guess it's the experience of youth and the obstacles that come along with it.

    4. even though I haven't experienced being in a relationship yet, I enjoyed reading it! I read this a long time before yet I can't forget the plot :)

    5. I'm ready to read this book,, baka may useful tips dito on how to forget my past relationship and how to move on, with a happy smile

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