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Until It Hurts To Stop (2013)

by Jennifer R. Hubbard(Favorite Author)
3.46 of 5 Votes: 3
0670785202 (ISBN13: 9780670785209)
Viking Juvenile
review 1: I really liked this book, but I probably wouldn't read it again. It was a quick easy read for me. Maggie is such an interesting character because she was constantly bullied in middle school and it had lingering effects on her. Then there is Nick who most obviously had a thing for her, but she didn't realize it because she was so focused on herself and her problems. I was glad that Nick finally was able to get over Vanessa, but that was only able to happen because Maggie finally got the guts to tell Nick how she felt. This book was a good read, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a short easy read that has plenty of drama with some/A LOT of romance tied into it. :) Oh and I loved how the title came into play...
review 2: I understood the point of the no
... morevel was Maggie's growth from being stuck in the victim mind-set of junior high to realizing it didn't matter any more. Yet, she still got on my nerves. Maybe it was because that realization occurred in the last two pages of the book. The only relief from Maggie's internal victimizing are the brief moments on the mountains or between her and Nick. Granted, those moments were precious, but I wish that realization had lingered a bit longer to make up for Maggie's previous behavior. less
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Easy to read. Cute story, a little under developed in my opinion. Not bad but not my favorite.
Maggie must find the strength to confront her past tormentor from junior high!
Easy, fun fluff YA read.
I loved this book!
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