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Jenny Green’s Killer Junior Year August 13, 2008

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Jenny Green’s Killer Junior Year – Amy Belasen & Jacob Osborn
 
Junior year can be killer – Jenny Green should know.
 
Jenny’s your typical spoiled brat with a revenge craving streak. In keeping with her character, she convinces her parents to let her leave Long Island for Molson Academy, a boarding school in Montreal. Through a series of rather unfortunate incidences, Jenny begins building a case against the male gender in general.
 
While losing herself, Jenny discovers her inner killer. Guys, this is one femme fatale that you do not want to mess with.
 
Deviously funny in parts and shockingly serious in others, the dark humour in Jenny Green’s Killer Junior Year is not for the faint of heart. The killer duo of Amy Belasen and Jacob Osborn has cranked out quite a murderous book – in the literal sense. More so than you know.
 
Funny enough for stress relief, but deep enough for readers to emphasize with, Jenny Green’s Killer Junior Year will leave you questioning yourself. Just remember, not everything is as it seems. That girl-next-door over there? You could be her next victim.
 
One thing’s for sure though; Jenny Green has had a Killer Junior Year.
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1. Angela - August 13, 2008

Cool cool! :]

I’m boggled because that image is the same one except the girl looks photoshopped out… o.0
My mind is rolling in circles.. 😛
In the one I found, she’s leaning agains the first tree. Everything else is identical. How coooool!

2. Janie - August 13, 2008

Shall I read it?? And I’m okay with that 🙂 I’m not too fabulous at making icons either, but whatever lol. I’m making a new site and revamping everything so we’ll see what I come up with…

3. Pandora - August 13, 2008

Thank you!

4. Lily - August 14, 2008

hey.. lol yea i WAS watching olympics.. but not really that much now. LOL
i’m going into junior year of high school when the semester starts… so yea. college is uhh… more of a financial problem for me.. lol

5. Amy B - August 15, 2008

hey…thanks for the great review! the book hits stores September 23rd and I’m totally freaking out!

6. Leana - August 28, 2008

Hm, well seth is pretty cute…He’s adorable (: I kinda want him too haha. Cuz you know, Edward is taken and all. Haha.

7. Emily - September 1, 2008

Yeah, but I’m used to it by now.. *sigh*
I am so not ready for summer to be over. It feels like it just started. 😦

I’m a sophomore this year.. hopefully it’s a better year than last.
What about you?

8. Todd - December 9, 2008

Hey i am a male and i read this book and it is great and i am not gay just so you know but yea i really liked it a lot it was something i never would have thought would happen and i really read books but this one got my eye and it was great

9. Nia - December 26, 2008

I really liked this book. It was very interesting and different. It is the best book ive read since the “Twilight” saga.

10. =] - January 17, 2009

mmm.. i just picked up the book from the shop and got told it was good. I read it… i found it inserting and i want to no what happens in the end which means a good book.. yeh?

I liked the book but i didnt think that it had to be so gross and grapic with dizzy and what was happening i found that bit just gross.

Dont get me wronge the book was great. =]

Haha i love twilight =] =]

is there going to be a 2nd book of jenny Green?


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