Book Reviews of Revenge of the Homecoming Queen

Revenge of the Homecoming Queen
Revenge of the Homecoming Queen
Author: Stephanie Hale
ISBN-13: 9780425216156
ISBN-10: 0425216152
Publication Date: 7/3/2007
Pages: 272
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Book Type: Paperback
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You know, i've had the book on my TBR pile since it came out in like July. I just never got around to reading it. I finally started it and the first chapter or 2 took me forever. But once I got past the initial intro stuff, the book took off. It was fun and whimsical and some unexpected plot twists. You want to hate Aspen for how self centered she seems, but she's not that bad. And Rand is just the sweetest guy there is! You want one for yourself! Definitely a fun book!
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Debut author Stephanie Hale has written a fabulously quirky and fun tale of homecoming courts, devilish popularity plots, and down-and-out fun.

Meet Aspen Brooks. The girl you love to hate; or, possibly, might hate to love. She has it all - popular, hottie boyfriend, fashionable clothing, a car. (Note to readers: How can you not love/hate a beautiful teen girl with a car??)

Only there's one small, teeny-tiny problem. The Homecoming crown (fine, tiara, what's the difference?) is not sitting on her pretty blonde head. No, instead that glorious moment of uber-popularity went to Angel Ives. Angel. Ives. Obnoxious cheerleader, vengeful rival. And, oh horror of even greater horrors, the Homecoming King is none other than Rand Bachrach. Can anyone spell g-e-e-k?

Aspen is horrified, but she's also in shock. Really, how could she not be Homecoming Queen? This has only been her dream - her goal! - since she was in kindergarten! What kind of conspiracy is behind setting up a nasty girl like Angel with a dork like Rand as the rulers of the Homecoming court?

She's not sure, but she does know that something isn't right. First of all, a lot of really weird things are happening around school, and they don't all have something to do with the Homecoming debacle. And, wonder of wonders, Rand might not actually be the weirdo dweeb Aspen originally suspected. As Aspen puts on her Nancy Drew detective costume (which is so last year, by the way) and ropes Rand in as her assistant, the two are determined to find out just what exactly is behind all the nefarious goings-on at Comfort High.

Ms. Hale has penned a laugh-out-loud, catty winner with REVENGE OF THE HOMECOMING QUEEN. Part frou-frou couture mixed with amateur sleuthing, this book is one guilty pleasure that you won't mind indulging in.
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This book was so good I couldn't put it down. About a girl named Aspen, who has to become private eye to find her mom, I couldn't guess what was going to happen next.