The dating game by natalie

She shows many examples of the 'average' kids thoughts.

As sexy new daters arrive every week vying for those coveted spots, connections are tested and relationships develop -- but only one can win each dater's heart. There is no real character development or emotional evolution. In fact, aside from the various crushes these girls have, there is little to distinguish the main characters from one another. There is no real character development or emotional evolution.There is many things the author portrayed well in the book such as forming the relationships between characters and developing them to make them feel like real people.I also enjoyed how the text was put in a 'modern' way, instead of all just text it showed emails also.Mads, Holly, and Lina seem like three average teenage girls who would go to our school.They are well developed because they are very mature, and most of the time, know right from wrong. The plot was realistic for this book because the characters are real, everyday high school students. For example, when Mads went to Sean’s party at his house, things that I never would’ve guessed happened.A message you could receive from this text is teens go through more than what is expected.I overall would rate this book a 6.5/10, because the book doesn't really have much purpose.I would recommend this to them because the book would spark their interest. Mads, Holly, and Lina seem like three average teenage girls who would go to our school.They are well developed because they are very mature, and most of the This book was not that well put together. It was all kind of “smooshed together” toward the ending, and at the end when they said what was going to happen with Sean and Mads, it wasn’t very clear what all happened. However, I think the characters are very relatable.

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