A Midsummer's Nightmare

A Midsummer's Nightmare

eBook - 2012
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Suffering a hangover from a graduation party, eighteen-year-old Whitley is blindsided by the news that her father has moved into a house with his fiancée, her thirteen-year-old daughter Bailey, and her son Nathan, in whose bed Whitley had awakened that morning.
Publisher: 2012
ISBN: 9780316202138
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Jan 07, 2017

I only picked up this book because I read Shut Out before, and found it interesting enough. After reading it, I was pretty glad I did. This book touches on the basis of a girl who basically lost herself, and had to try to cope with a new situation for the summer to relocate herself. I would probably recommend this book for sixteen or up, as the romance and relationships do get very tense and detailed. The end was really nice to read, as it dove into some rough times with potentially some good knots. Thoroughly enjoyable! 5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

princess562 Feb 11, 2015

omg i love this book it made me cry so much i mean it is like kody keplinger knows what we want to read wow i love the characters in this book

Aug 15, 2013

AWFUL:( It was to perdicatable

May 24, 2013

Loved it! :)

nauttica Mar 08, 2013

love her books

Nov 09, 2012

I really like the author's writing style. It's fresh and young, and sometimes I'm just sitting there reading trying not to burst out loud laughing. So that's always good. I wasn't a huge fan of the storyline - kind of weird to be in love with your actual stepbrother...that would be totally awkward. But it was funny and a good book.

Sep 24, 2012

I expected so much more from a Keplinger book, SPOILERRRRRRRRRRRR and the highlight of the whole book was when Wesley and Bianca appeared. I wished there were more scenes when they appeared like that because they're honestly the cutest thing. I found Whit really annoying most of the time, and Nate was really cute and patient, but the whole stepbrother-sister concept is only cute if the parents DONT end up together. Otherwise, it's pretty strange to have a relationship with your step sibling.

Delmie3 Sep 09, 2012

I could not put this book down!

violet_cheetah_914 Aug 06, 2012

good book!!! XD

Jun 15, 2012

This book was fantastic, just like Kody Keplinger's other books, The Duff and Shut Out! Kody Keplinger has become one of my favorite authors. Since she's still pretty young herself (she's about college age), she knows how to write from a teenage girl's point of view, as compared to a 40 year old woman trying to write like a teenager. Her characters and their family and friends are just so relatable and real. There is plenty of swearing and sexual stuff in this book, so I wouldn't recommend this for anyone younger than high school age, but again, that stuff happens in high school (and younger) all the time, so it just makes this book more real. Even though Whitley's morals start out pretty low at the beginning, she learns the error of her ways, so there's a good life lesson in here. I also love how all of Kody Keplinger's books have a deeper meaning in them, and the main character learns her lesson by the end. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book (and The Duff and Shut Out) to older teenage girls who are looking for something fun yet meaningful to read. Enjoy!

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Aug 09, 2016

Aburse5154 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

princess562 Feb 11, 2015

princess562 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 25 and 13

Jun 24, 2013

Ca_22022011406112 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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Jun 15, 2012

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Aug 09, 2016

Basically Whitley's (not whit "If her parents wanted her to be called whit they would have put that on her Birth certificate instead of WHITLEY") life is a mess and it gets crappier by the moment, I mean she does a few things she may..... kind of..... regret doing because now the judgement is even worst for her, so how is she going to get out of this one? Read man Its a good book and I'm bored so sorry that what I thought of the summary was crappy! xD

Jul 12, 2014

Whitley realizes that her dad and getting married and her to be step- brother is the boy she spent her night with and she thinks her summer is going to be a nightmare but as she spends more time with her to be step family she realizes she was very wrong.

nauttica Mar 08, 2013

kody keplingers books are cool i cant stop reading duff


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