Infinite (Strange and Beautiful #1)

Infinite Strange and Beautiful High school is scary enough but it s even scarier when most of your classmates think you re weird and you can t even count on your siblings to make the transition easier This is the problem Silly Gra

  • Title: Infinite (Strange and Beautiful #1)
  • Author: Brittney Musick
  • ISBN: 9781475275162
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • High school is scary enough, but it s even scarier when most of your classmates think you re weird and you can t even count on your siblings to make the transition easier.This is the problem Silly Granger faces as she s thrown into a new world, filled with freedom, expectations and problems unlike any she s had before On top of contending with the resident bully and unexpHigh school is scary enough, but it s even scarier when most of your classmates think you re weird and you can t even count on your siblings to make the transition easier.This is the problem Silly Granger faces as she s thrown into a new world, filled with freedom, expectations and problems unlike any she s had before On top of contending with the resident bully and unexpected changes at home, she s faced with trying to make sense of the opposite sex.With her best friend by her side, Silly s beliefs and optimism about herself and life are tested as she tries to survive nineth grade.

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    1. Infinite is the first book in the Strange and Beautiful series by Brittney Musick. It’s the story of Silly Granger and the trials and tribulations of a high school freshman. I had the pleasure of reading this book in its first iteration so I somewhat knew what to expect and was very excited to read the published version.I wasn't let down. Don’t get me wrong, the book does have some issues (I’ll get to those later), but it is THE quintessential coming of age story. Silly’s characterizatio [...]

    2. I've tried writing this review several times and I couldn't get it just the way I wanted it so I'm just going to type it and see what comes of it. Hopefully it'll be great. I was fortunate to able to read this from in it's first stages all the way to the finished product. I have no words for how much I enjoyed this book! Silly is such a great mouth-piece for the fear and joy for freshman year of high school! From worrying about her non-so changing body to her siblings that aren't exactly support [...]

    3. Such a fun read! A book I would definitely recommend, especially if you love Young Adult literature. A fresh YA story which keeps it's audience intrigued, for once, without the use of vampyres, werewolves, wizards, zombies or unnecessary drama. The basis of the book is completely relate-able as a "coming of age" story. Who hasn't experienced everything in high school from the awkwardness of starting a new school year to first date jitters and bullying? It's an easy read, with ups and downs, that [...]

    4. * I received this in a first reads contest.Let me start off with how much I LOVE this book. I felt a lot of the same things Silly did when I started 9th grade. I was worried about body image, boys, bullies, grades,and just life in general with the new changes going on. Silly is the voice to all high school freshmen everywhere. Silly and the events in this book were so real and at points I thought I was reliving my 9th grade year. Though I wish I had a friend like Tegan to be there like how she [...]

    5. I cried. Yes, I cried and probably at parts that you don't expect someone to cry. When Silly was feeling alone, left out and out of sorts with her family, I had tears streaming down my face. Why?? Because I have felt like the oddball in my family too. I have felt ignored or passed over many times and the words, emotions and actions in this book were so real. I am definitely a little strange or awkward by most people's standards, but I am simply me by mine and I wouldn't change that. I loved read [...]

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