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Read & Download Fat Angie µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ell that the package doesn’t always match what’s inside With an offbeat sensibility mean girls to rival a horror classic and characters both outrageous and touching this darkly comic anti romantic romance will appeal to anyone who likes entertaining and meaningful fictionIt has been awarded the Stonewall Book Award Mike Morgan and Larry Romans Children's Young Adult Literature Award for 2014. I almost DNF ed this book by the end of the first chapter I probably should have being that I didn t like it but curiosity as to how it would end kept me readingWhy I disliked it The book refers to the MC as Fat Angie throughout the whole book Why Wasn t the title self explanatory Not only does everyone refer to her as Fat Angie but even when Angie is talking about herself she refers to herself as Fat Angie Felt like a rip off of Stephen King s Carrie There is probably a bit of fan fiction going on but I think I was too annoyed by the characterization of Angie While Carrie was a developed character and had ualities that the reader could see in spite of what her tormentors didn t Angie was written in such a way that she truly came across as a caricature of everything bad inadeuate and unsociable that it was hard to understand why the reader should sympathize with this girl The author describes Angie as being smelly sweaty overweight wearing the same shirt everyday wearing tight shirts and pants that she constantly has to rearrange the crotch of dirty hair clutzy unable to form full sentences or speak up for herself not prettythe author really laid it on thick throughout the whole book I don t see how it was necessary to make her seem like a complete disaster Everyone picks on her including her adopted brother her mother her immediate family is the worst the whole school and the adults who are supposed to help her phys ed coach and therapist also look down on her Even the geek suad pick on her It s overkill The typical clich s of the beautiful popular mean girl who physically abuses Angie are present as well as the coach who always walks in 2 seconds too late to see the abuse and in her attempts to sympathize with Angie comes off worse by calling her special Now tell me why I should believe the new beautiful girl is interested in Angie The author never lets you see any beauty in Angie not even inner beautyTo give an example of how cruddy the author makes Angie seem p63 Fat Angie uickly rubbed sleepy crust from her eyes The crusty flakes clung to her t shirtReally

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Read & Download Fat Angie µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Hasn’t kept the pain or the shouts of crazy mad cow away Having failed to kill herself in front of a gym full of kids she’s back at high school just trying to make it through each day That is until the arrival of KC Romance the kind of girl who doesn’t exist in Dryfalls Ohio A girl who is one hundred and ninety nine percent wow A girl who never sees her as Fat Angie and who knows too w. This isn t a perfect book But it s closer to five stars than four Great voice Great message A wee bit shaky in the very beginning but it picks up steam uickly Teens WILL want to read this book

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Read & Download Fat Angie µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Her sister was captured in Ira she’s the resident laughingstock at school and her therapist tells her to count instead of eat Can a daring new girl in her life really change anythingAngie is broken by her can’t be bothered mother by her high school tormenters and by being the only one who thinks her varsity athlete turned war hero sister is still alive Hiding under a mountain of junk food. Issue Issue Issue Issue This book is stuffed full of issues what my friend Wendy calls guidance counselor fiction I think Our protagonist is fat unpopular bullied abused maybe gay has a lousy relationship with her mom her brother is adopted and abusive her sister is missing in Ira Lots and lots of slang done in what struck me as an obtrusive manner If our protagonist hasn t enough issues no worries We get secondary characters who include cutters mean girls clueless adults There s just too much going on here The plot when I could dig it out was engaging enough and Angie s growth felt very believable I wanted to like Angie but the author buried her in so many issues it was too hard to care My free review copy came from ALA Midwinter


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    READ Fat Angie Author E.E. Charlton–Trujillo Free download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç E.E. Charlton-Trujillo E.E. Charlton-Trujillo ç 0 Free download I hated this book The description was so promising and did not fulfill any of my hopes 1 Main character Angie is fat The

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    READ Fat Angie Author E.E. Charlton–Trujillo Took a peek at the ending and if I hadn't already been on the fence about the forced slang and general tone of the book I would have DNF'd it for the endingI am TIRED of books with fat MCs that have the MC losing weightbecoming skinny as part of their happy ending Happy fat people exist Fat and happy are not two mutually exclusive states of being Do better authors

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    READ Fat Angie Author E.E. Charlton–Trujillo Issue Issue Issue Issue This book is stuffed full of issues what my friend Wendy calls guidance counselor fiction I think Our protagonist is fat unpopular bullied abused maybe gay has a lousy relationship with her mom her brother is adopted and abusive her sister is missing in Ira Lots and lots of slang done in what struck me as an obtrusive manner If our protagonist hasn't enough issues no worries We get secondary characters who include

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    Free read Fat Angie READ Fat Angie Author E.E. Charlton–Trujillo I had high hopes for this one and it disappointed me I thought that it was going to have a message of self acceptance at

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    Free read Fat Angie Free download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç E.E. Charlton-Trujillo E.E. Charlton-Trujillo ç 0 Free download The number of reviews complaining about the Fat Girl Gets Skinny trope are really misleading Angie doesn't get skinny And skinnines

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    Free download ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç E.E. Charlton-Trujillo READ Fat Angie Author E.E. Charlton–Trujillo Angie is fat and she has so many things happening her sister is in the military and she is missing; her mother i

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