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I loved this book so much. I was smiling ear to ear at times and near tears at another. I'd never heard of the play before buying the book and now I'd like to go see it!I recieved the book yesterday and finished it latest night. It has been 12ish years since I've read a book that fast...couldnt place it down!
It was method too cringey the first chapters, they used the lyrics as part of the dialogs and it was weird. It gets better for a while, but some changes they created for this adaptation of the musical were not so good. Also, the kindle ver had a lot of mistakes, even though english is not my first language they were kind of anoying. And the end was... rushed? I don't know how to explain it, but it felt sudden.
So I love the prom with all my unruly heart and I was so excited to read about my favorite musical. This book feels very real to who Emma and Alyssa. It gave insight to who Alyssa is and Emma's relationship with Alyssa. The book is formatted so it is ever other chapter told from Emma and Alyssa point of view. The Broadway people were various in this version. Trent and Angie are not in the book. The book miss the whole brodway people point of view. I really liked the book it was so good.
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Initially I was place off by the title and cover. I'm probably too old to be reading books about snagging a date for prom. However, it popped up in my recommendations often enough that I finally just one-clicked on impulse. I'm glad I did. I honestly didn't care about the whole prom thing but I loved Kate, I loved Cooper and I loved their friendship, chemistry and banter. Her awkward comments, dorky tv couple references, and weird sense of humor created her super lovable. His playfulness out of the boat, intensity in the boat, gentle honesty and complete acceptance of her created him super lovable too. Their relationship was built from a solid friendship and felt like it would stand the try of time. Having the dual POV created it easier to obtain completely caught up in their story and invested in the outcome. When I got to the end, I was sad that it was over and wished for a sequel (though that seems super unlikely). The only reason I didn't give it five stars was because Kate's infatuation with Mick lasted longer than I thought it should have.
4.5 stars -- I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest and unbiased review/opinion.I am shipping Kaper so freaking hard, I can't even tell you. Like seriously, this book was just everything my small YA-loving heart was looking for. It was fairly light, with just enough depth to give it interest. And while I don't think you have to be a fandom lover to have fun this book, if you are, I think you will definitely fall in love with Kate. I'm not even a major fandom lover, but I totally obtain shipping couples, and wanting them to be together, and being mad at the writers for drawing it out. And in some ways Ms. Madsen kind of fulfilled that longing and irritation and GAHness with Kate and Cooper. You could just tell that they were excellent for each other, but of course she had to place them through the wringer on the method to HEA. I'm not always a fan of misunderstandings and all that jazz, but it really fit in this storyline and worked for the story that was being told (if that makes any sense at all)...or at least it did for me.And you know how my favourite part of any story is the characters? Well Kate and Cooper were amazeballs. Not without flaws for sure, and not without feeling like authentic teenagers, but I just really loved them both. My heart broke for Kate and how she came to be the person she was. Not just with her father, but also the cirtances with her friends. I've been that girl with no mates b/c I wasn't willing to change myself to fit in. It's all well and amazing to be solid with who you are and to place that above other things, but it can be very lonely. And she was just so freaking quirky and adorable!! She created me laugh so much. Seriously though, she really reminded me a lot of myself (right down to the lost father). And I enjoyed that what really drew her to Mick was her perception that he was more sweet than he seemed, based on his moments of kindness. It was a bit of a bummer that she didn't catch on as quickly to how changing herself wasn't the method to go, and that maybe he wasn't worth it, but sometimes we see what we wish to see and we wish things so badly that we don't create the connections until later.And then there was Cooper. OMG, book boyfriend town man. He was just so sweet and thoughtful, and dealing with his own set of struggles, and just trying to survive in a way. I loved being in his head and reading about his thoughts. He was an interesting guy b/c he had this popularity in some ways, but didn't seem to realize it. And I adored his small bit of nerdiness, talk about swoon!! My only true complaint with his story was the resolution with his father. It didn't feel authentic, b/c his father really felt borderline mentally abusive to me...or just too toxic anyways.Honestly though, the star of this book was Kate and Cooper together. Seeing them experience the tummy tingles for each other, and those breathless moments, and the friendship that developed...GAH! It was just perfect. My romance loving heart was so freaking satisfied, I had tingles just reading about them. And the climax was perfection. It just read exactly as I wanted it to. And then we even got some delicious epilogueness!! I love epilogueness. It was so basically this story was just tailor created for me. Love. Adore. So much shipping.
I as SO SUPER EXCITED to see another YA from Cindi Madsen! She continues to reign as queen of YA! I love how her heroines are always intelligent and stand up for their beliefs. The excellent combination of chemistry, teen angst, brilliant settings and emotion drip from the pages. I can’t wait to read another YA from this awesome rating for mild cursing.