I’m Mackenzie Wellesley, and I’ve spent my life avoiding the spotlight. But that was four million hits ago Blame it on that grade school ballet recital, when I. Mackenzie Wellesley, 17, is a self-described geek who explains, “I fill a certain niche at my school, the local nerd.” Along with her best friends. AWKWARD by Marni Bates. AWKWARD. From the Bates keeps her prose light, always focusing on the comedy as she lampoons high-school.
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She doesn’t get why her crush of four-years suddenly seems interested. Bates did a great job. Pretty soon, Mackenzie is about as far from invisible as you can get! Not Enabled Screen Reader: She is what you can call the invisible girl in her high school. Worse yet, a hot boy-band named ReadySet picks up the clip and incorporates it into a video with their new all-the-rage song.
I loved how Dylan was against her and then all for her way to pull the family together and her mom was so understanding.
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The only thing I didn’t like was the price. Throughout the whole book I was supporting that the end would happen. I worry about my characters too much sometimes. Will the paparazzi continue chasing her?
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I went about this series all wrong. Although I have to admit I totally saw the signs with Logan and had Patrick figured out from jump! Lists with This Book.
I think Mackenzie is the kind of character that most people can connect with. Mackenzie Wellesley has spent her life avoiding the spotlight. Modern pop culture plays a significant role throughout this book, which can be a tricky and dangerous move for an author to take.
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I kid you not, sighed. Another reason why it worked for me is her unwavering personality. It’s not the first Marni Bates book I’ve read, but it’s definitely the best one. AND it was satisfying. This entry was posted in Book Review and tagged Book Review.
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Meet Mackenzie Wellesley, a sixteen year old girl who is really smart and awkward. I killed him, I thought numbly. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Awkward excelled at punching me in the face with what life would be like as a girl like Mackenzie, awkwars was not only an invisible at her school, but totally Such a strange sounding word.
And that’s just the beginning of the craziness Suddenly, celebrities are tweeting about the girl in the “hilarious video” and the country’s biggest music sensation, ReadySet, has integrated the footage into the music video for their latest single.
Meet Mackenzie Wellesley, a sixteen year old girl who is really smart and awkward. How can she handle school, especially the notables after she narrated some of their stories on National Television? Published January 1st by K-Teen first published December 27th Paperbackpages. View all 5 comments. There are good lessons for kids in this book, which provides an entertaining read for all marnj.
It kinda reminded me of Reality Check. Stop risking it all on one of your awkawrd schemes. Marni Bates should do a sequel to awkward.
I read through this book super fast. That there is hope and love.
Not that I know anything about that, but if I had to imagine what it’d be like, I’d say this seems about right! Awkward paces nicely and never drags; I actually found it quite a quick read. I think this is very important. She really is endearing and likable. It so happens the most notable of The Notables, Logan Beckett, has hired Mackenzie as his history tutor, because she is not only a nerd, but a fiercely smart one. It has a few serious moments, but it’s mostly fluffy and cute.
Awkward had that slow building romance, the kind with stolen glances and subtle flirting.