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Everyone loves KJ Miller, especially the geeks. She’s pretty, smart, and super nice to everyone, which has made her the geek pied piper of Washington High. If only Cameron, the star of the basketball team, would follow her around and worship her the way her dorky entourage does. As the stage manager of the spring musical, GreaseKJ has to deal with a few geeks, but she also gets to hang out with Tama, queen of the popular crowd and star of the play. Tama has the solution to all of KJ’s problems: After all, the nice girl never gets the guy.
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Scotf with This Book. Dec 28, Sabrina rated it it was amazing. Finally, a book I not only enjoy, but also, teaches a really good and relatable lesson Geek Magnet was a funny and cute novel that teens should find relatable to their own life. It is about a girl named KJ who is worshipped by the geeks at her school. Although she appreciates their admiration, she is also embarassed that the school views her as a ‘geek magnet’ hence the title.
Geek Magnet by Kieran Scott Book Reviews
KJ befriends Tama Gold, the ‘popular girl’ who aids her in getting the geeks to go away. She becomes mean, ignoring he Finally, a book I not only enjoy, but also, teaches a really good and relatable lesson Geek Magnet magbet a funny and cute novel that teens should find relatable to their own life. She becomes mean, dcott her previous friends, all in an effort to impress a guy and rid of her title.
I liked this book so much. I know their are flaws and a review should have some criticism. But I don’t really care. This book was just too awesome because I laughed at many of the conversations KJ had with the geeks and the book never kierab to interest me.
Geek Magnet by Kieran Scott
Magnte don’t believe I was bored for even a second. The ending isn’t cliche and neither is the romance or the problems in this book. KJ doesn’t automatically become the Queen Bee of the school, she gradually changes.
I have noticed that gefk YA authors have rushed their characters too much and change them so drastically in a mere few pages. Geek Magnet does not do that. I can believe it is a like a real high school because kids are mean but there was no stereotypical scenes in this novel. Whenever you hate the main character, it makes it hard to enjoy the novel.
So I am glad that I liked KJ. She was like any other teenage girl. She wasn’t whining about her problems all the time, she actually used her brain. And she’s considerate of others feelings even if she does get brainswashed.
You can really see why the geeks like her so much. Her character was nicely developed. The writing was good and the details were nice. The author didn’t leave you to just imagine what it would be like, she gave us some information. And I have to admit, I loved the story.
There were so many great things to take from this book. It is about accepting yourself and not letting your peers rule your desision. Being years-old, I have recently experienced peer pressure.
It’s terrible because you want to do something that your friends and peers don’t. And in order to fit in, to feel accepted, you conform. After reading Geek Magnet, I learned much about what conforming to society really does to you and why it is better to be yourself. And the message was not corny and boring.
The author incorporated it with humor so it was light yet inspiring. I did like Geek Magnet. It was funny, light-hearted and very moving. Be yourself because there is only one of you! View all 4 comments. May 04, Jennifer Wardrip rated it it was amazing Shelves: How can you not love a character that is loved by people who secretly drive her insane? KJ Miller is a nice girl.
She’s nice to everyone. She doesn’t have a mean bone in her body. Until she meets Tama Gold. And becomes friends with her. The girl who teaches her how to “stand up” for herself. Or, basically, more or less, teaches her how to be mean! KJ finally gets the chance to go out with her wildly popular crush and realizes something. Is Tama really her friend?
And is her crush really her crush? I adored KJ right from the first page. There are serious issues in this book, but they are portrayed in the most fabulous way. A book everyone should read this summer! Sep 04, Jacob Proffitt rated it really liked it Shelves: The introduction to KJ is more than a little bit rocky.
More importantly, we see her gaggle of geeks that are involved with the production of the play in different capacities. This is very uncomfortable. And the geeks are varying shades of oblivious edging into creepy. Things smooth out considerably once we meet Tama. Tama notices that KJ is interested in Cameron crown prince of the popular crowd and offers to help her snag his interest—starting with helping her lose her geek posse with lessons in being mean.
So yeah, KJ needs to learn to discern real friendship as she figures out how to be firm without sacrificing actual kindness. Jul 21, Rebecca McNutt rated it it was ok Shelves: Geek Magnet was kind of funny, but I didn’t really enjoy it too much. If anything, it was just predictable and boring. Jun 10, Becky rated it liked it.
Okay, so I was dizzy with power. Can you blame me? The woman in charge. The first junior ever to be granted this most prestigious position.
How to describe KJ? Well, there’s the obvious. She’s a geek magnet. She draws some geeky undesirables close to her.
mabnet Perhaps because of all the buzzing geeks near her, KJ i Scott, Kieran. Perhaps because of all the buzzing geeks near her, KJ is not quite as popular as she’d like to be.
Mqgnet not in the outer rings of the social strata, but she’s far from being “in” with the in crowd of beautiful people.
With great power comes great responsibility. KJ now has some power at least when it comes to the drama folks.