Going Vintage

Going Vintage

Book - 2013
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When sixteen-year-old Mallory learns that her boyfriend, Jeremy, is cheating on her with his cyber "wife," she rebels against technology by following her grandmother's list of goals from 1962, with help from her younger sister, Ginnie.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, c2013.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9781599907871
1599907879
Branch Call Number: LEA Y
Characteristics: 312 p. ; 22 cm.

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emmadragons
Feb 09, 2014

I quite liked this book. Mallory is a wonderful main character. With an interesting approach to solving her problems. Although i prefer her sister.

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MADKC4Ever
Jun 03, 2013

I honestly didn't like the main character, Mallory, that much. The book itself was good, I enjoyed the story and all of the other characters. The main character just really irked me, she acted like a brat. That's why I would say it was a 4/5 star book, the concept was unique and all of the other characters were awesome, just didn't like Mallory.

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tapelibrary
May 14, 2013

A good concept but it just isn't pulled off particularly well - characters are not fleshed out nearly enough

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CAT_200
May 05, 2013

I really liked this BOOK!

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MADKC4Ever
Jun 03, 2013

MADKC4Ever thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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CAT_200
May 05, 2013

CAT_200 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 15

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MADKC4Ever
Jun 03, 2013

When Mallory learns that her boyfriend, Jeremy, cheated on her with a cyber wife, she decides to completely remove technology from her life and instead wants to live her life according to her Grandmother's list of goals from when she was growing up, back in 1962, a 'simpler time.' But she soon realizes going simple isn't so simple, and that no matter what generation you were born in, we all share them same human struggles and heartache.

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MADKC4Ever
Jun 03, 2013

"Now I'm the one confused. Maybe Oliver was being nice the other day at lunch, and really DID want to help me in that meeting. But if Oliver isn't a tool, then that makes Jeremy a double tool. How did Jeremy sit through an entire lunchroom conversation with his cousin and not mention our breakup?"

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