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Geek Drama My name is Harriet Manners and I am a geek Harriet Manners knows that the hottest observed place on earth is Furnace Creek in Death Valley She knows that dolphins shed the top layer of their skin ever

  • Title: Geek Drama
  • Author: Holly Smale
  • ISBN: 9780008113476
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • My name is Harriet Manners and I am a geek Harriet Manners knows that the hottest observed place on earth is Furnace Creek in Death Valley She knows that dolphins shed the top layer of their skin every two hours And she knows just how badly auditions can go, especially when you re a model But she has no idea what to do when her arch nemesis decides the school play is My name is Harriet Manners and I am a geek Harriet Manners knows that the hottest observed place on earth is Furnace Creek in Death Valley She knows that dolphins shed the top layer of their skin every two hours And she knows just how badly auditions can go, especially when you re a model But she has no idea what to do when her arch nemesis decides the school play is the perfect opportunity to humiliate her Can GEEK GIRL survive the bright lights of the stage

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    1. This was a cute little read, although I think I read it at the wrong point, as I was a little confused! Once put into the right context it worked very well and I loved this extra little snapshot of Harriet's life.

    2. 3.5 stars!!! Just like its predecessors, this book was fun and quick to read. I laughed out loud for a straight 20 pages when the actual play was going on. (view spoiler)[ And it was so nice to see that Nick and Harriet were still together at this point.(hide spoiler)]Despite the fact that Harriet knows a lot of Shakespearean fun facts, I do think the drama department should have done a play on Oedipus or something because it would have been such afun play on words -- you know, G(r)eek Drama, bu [...]

    3. This was kind of confusing. Still fun, but I had no clue where in the book the story was until we found out about Annabel still being pregnant. My expectations were that the story would continue from the last book or from the book previous to that. Not just go back in time all the way.And can you imagine my joy at first when Nick was there and Harriet and he kissed? I thought they made up, I thought they were together again. Imagine my sadness when I found out this was from way back. :( :( :( Ye [...]

    4. 3.5 starsGeek Drama was a short, almost unnecessary, addition to the Geek Girl series. It followed Harriet and her best friend, Nat, as they auditioned for their school drama production of Hamlet. It was simple story without the massive story arc of the full-length sequels, but still stayed true to the sweet and funny tone of the series. The writing style was definitely more similar to Geek Girl than Model Misfit. It was a little ‘newer’ sounding, if that makes any sense at all! It somehow j [...]

    5. So I started this book then realised it is meant to be before model misfit so it should really be 'Geek Girl Geek Drama 1.5' I really hate Alexa, she is so horrible and glad Harriet stood up to her a little bit but wish she would stand up for herself more. I enjoyed this short novel but it wasn't my favourite Geek Girl book.

    6. Fantastic little short story to the series with a focus on Harriet and Nat's friendship which was lovely to read.

    7. Review: This is one of the fabulous £1 books that was released to celebrate this year's World Book Day. I was pleasantly surprised by the length and depth of this book, the amount of fabulous fiction you can buy for £1 these days! I actually downloaded this book on my Kindle but I will also be buying a copy to sit on my school bookshelf in between all my other editions of this awesome series!This little offering from top write Holly Smale seems to come in between books 2 and 3 of the geek girl [...]

    8. (view spoiler)[I had forgotten everything that happened in this book. Really didn't expect from Harriet to lock her enemy in a cupboard but AHEM for the bravery, nerd! You finally did it! #nerdsforlife (hide spoiler)]

    9. A Perfect little geek girl story.There is Toby the stakler, Nat the best friend, model drama, and school drama.

    10. This felt kind of unnecessary as an addition to the series, and I feel, is in the wrong place in the series. Nevertheless, it was nice. You saw Harriet's friendship with Nat and Toby, and you saw her rivalry with Alexa and basically it was a short period of her life at school, only vaguely interrupted by modelling.I did, however, learn a lot of things about carrots, Shakespeare and cheese.

    11. I read the first two Geek Girl books last year when I was in hospital and they were such a tonic- YA books full to the brim with slapstick humour and an entertaining plot. They covered friendship (and bullying), first love, family and were crammed full of strange and interesting facts which Harriet shares with anyone who'll listen. Geek Drama is book 2.5 of the series and was released for World Book Day. It's not a full length book, but these 128 pages squeeze in a lot of story. There are the sa [...]

    12. Hilariously funny and completely captivating from the get-go. On an school trip to Birmingham no less, Harriet is ‘spotted’ at the Clothes Show Live and inadvertently takes the job that her best friend Nat has craved for since she was a child. Harriet is drawn head first into the hectic and chaotic world of Fashion with her Agent Wilbur with a -bur not an -iam, Yuko Ito and the gorgeous male model Nick, better known as Lion Boy whom she first meets while hiding under a table. Harriet is unsu [...]

    13. Even though I really enjoyed all the other books in this series, this one made no sense. It lags on and on and on, and I feel bad for writing this for all the other books are so good. There was no reason for this book to be a novella part of the series.

    14. Pretty good, has some very funny scenes. What I love about the geek girl series is when you read it somehow you have this connection with the characters. When they are embarrassed so are you, when they are happy so are etc.

    15. Great!I recommend this book for teenagers and tweens. It's a really good book! I loved it! Although there is some kissing.

    16. A great mini-Harriet Manners tale, with all the lovable characters making a hilarious appearance. Loved it!

    17. I have to start by saying that I am really annoyed with whoever decided to call this book 2.5, this is clearly book 1mething, as it takes place in between book 1 and 2. I wanted to read all the books in chronological order but now that seems to have become impossible.Now that that has been said, I found this book extremely entertaining, I loved how everyone improvised in the end of the play, and I loved that Alexa got whats he deserved but still, it bothered me that Harriet was so badly bullied [...]

    18. This novella is listed as 2.5 in the series, but it should actually take place before or at least during the second book. I liked that it was a super quick read, but it felt kind of pointless as it didn't really tie in with the other books in the series so far. It may tie in with the future books, but I doubt it. It was also too expensive for something that was so short.

    19. Geek Drama was another entertaining and humorous entry in the series--it brought me joy. I was just settling into the book when it ended. I had forgotten it was an interlude in the overall series.

    20. Maybe it was just me but I really didn't like the book. I couldn't follow what was going on. I think it is probably because I hadn't read any of the other books before that I couldn't follow what was going on but I didn't enjoy it. Maybe ill pick the books up again later on and try to read them

    21. Oh Harriet, you cutie! I love how Nat found her passion and it now makes sense haha. See - never skip a novella.

    22. Funny, clever and an easy quick read.She's so innocent, I could follow her adventures all day.Great 'in between' story to lighten your mood before you crack on with another big book!

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