Girl, 16: Five Star Fiasco

Girl, 16: Five Star Fiasco

Sue Limb / Feb 29, 2020

Girl Five Star Fiasco The teenage world of Jess Jordon is looking characteristically chaotic Mum has joined an online dating programme and has recruited Jess as advisor while Jess s best friend Flora has a rich new boyfri

  • Title: Girl, 16: Five Star Fiasco
  • Author: Sue Limb
  • ISBN: 9780747599166
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • The teenage world of Jess Jordon is looking characteristically chaotic Mum has joined an online dating programme and has recruited Jess as advisor, while Jess s best friend Flora has a rich new boyfriend who Jess can t possibly keep up with Then Jess s own boyfriend, Fred, does something unbelievably treacherous and spineless Jess is becoming completely fed up with theThe teenage world of Jess Jordon is looking characteristically chaotic Mum has joined an online dating programme and has recruited Jess as advisor, while Jess s best friend Flora has a rich new boyfriend who Jess can t possibly keep up with Then Jess s own boyfriend, Fred, does something unbelievably treacherous and spineless Jess is becoming completely fed up with the male sex, and is beginning to think that the only reliable form of male is e mail Never mind, there s Valentine s Day to look forward to Fred is sure to make amends then Isn t he Full of Sue Limb s very funny take on teenage life and problems, fans of Girl, 15 will be thrilled to have available a new Fred and Jess story.It s only when you ve stopped laughing that you realise that, in addition to writing with wit and warmth, Sue Limb has also dealt effortlessly with bigger and important themes of friendship and loyalty.

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    1. Sue Limb is a very, very funny woman. In fact, she's almost as funny as Louise Rennison who, to me, is the undisputed Queen of YA Humour. Limb's books have a similar lighthearted feel, and make light of all the worst and most embarrassing moments of being a teenager.Girl, 16: Five Star Fiasco is the fifth book in the Jess Jordan series, and is the first I've read. I think these books can be read as standalone titles, as I had no problem picking the series up from book 5. It mentions some previou [...]


    2. Girl, 16 Five Star Fiasco is the first book that I have read by Sue Limb. This is certainly not the sort of novel that I would usually read but I was in the mood for something really light-hearted and full of humour and this is exactly what I got. Girl, 16 Five Star Fiasco is the story of Jess and her plan to put on a dinner / dance charity event for Oxfam. It read like an honest episode of a teenager's life with all the dramas that feel catastrophic but are actually not as fatal as they appear [...]


    3. Weirdly enough, I didn’t find this particular book as funny as the other one I read, Charming but Insane. That book was hilarious, and this one was, too- just not as funny. Nevertheless, Five-Star Fiasco was funny enough, and the Britishness of the book was what I really liked about it. I read a book from an Australian author (Does My Head Look Big in This by Randa Abdel-Fattah) and everything was Americanized, presumably so we could understand it better, but it still took away from the feel o [...]


    4. At about half way now. Very adult-like stresses going on and I'm not enjoying that. Her and Fred are planning a large dinner "party" to raise money for a charity. They collected ticket money but can't find it. They haven't booked a caterer or band. They have plans to go to the beach the weekend before knowing full well they are not ready for their dinner party Her mom is trying online dating, her dad is having issues. Not fun.


    5. Although this is the fifth book in the series I had no trouble with it being the first book I read. It definitely works as a standalone but I was I enjoyed this one so much I wish I had started from the beginning.The story follow Jess. She is trying to organise a charity event with her boyfriend Fred but is not really getting anywhere fast, her mother has decided to try online dating and needs Jess to 'help', and her dad decides he needs her help in writing a book - all of which proves a little [...]


    6. Our story continues with Jess and Fred.They are organising an event, but Fred seems to be lacking and isn't much help to Jess.And he's acting very weird.Can Jess sort the event out in time?I honestly thought something was up with Fred and that he was planning something.So I was disappointed to find he wasn't.Still was a fun read and I want to know what Jess is planning now!!Full review: kitkat1242/2013


    7. (don't judge my light-reading choices please) but anyways it was a good laugh but only 4 stars bc it wasn't nearly as good as the last few books



    8. Tak dobré jako první díl to nebylo, ale stejně jsem se skvěle zasmála. A miluji její babičku, nadšeného fanouška vražd.


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