Fly on the Wall

Fly on the Wall

How One Girl Saw Everything

Book - 2006
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When Gretchen Yee, a student at the Manhattan School for Art and Music, wishes she were a fly on the wall of the boys' locker room, she never expects her wish to come true in such a dramatic way.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c2006
ISBN: 9780385902991
Branch Call Number: LOC
Characteristics: 182 p


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Mar 11, 2012

Not a bad book, a little young for my taste but an interesting and different story

Jan 29, 2012

This is an OK book. Like something you can read for fun and probably finish... and then feel mildly awkward for just having read a book mostly pointlessly describing a bunch of naked guys.

Go ahead and read it. It's funny, and sweet, and extremely unrealistic.

I just have this thing see, about E. Lockhart. I admit, I read all her books, because she can be clever and funny and often has brilliant plot ideas, it's just that I feel like she'll take her brilliant plot idea and completely ruin it, with dumb characters, who are occasionally relateable but mostly dumb.

Sep 06, 2010

AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sooooooooo funny! really good idea for a different perspective on things! looooooooooved ittttttttttttt

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