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The Treasure Map Of Boys: Noel, Jackson, Finn, Hutch, Gideon—and Me, Ruby Oliver (2009)

The Treasure Map of Boys: Noel, Jackson, Finn, Hutch, Gideon—and me, Ruby Oliver (2009)

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4.43 of 5 Votes: 7
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0385734263 (ISBN13: 9780385734264)
Delacorte Press

About book The Treasure Map Of Boys: Noel, Jackson, Finn, Hutch, Gideon—and Me, Ruby Oliver (2009)

In the first two books Ruby Oliver frustrated me in so many ways. Her choices, her way of thinking and dealing with things,the fact that she would never really stick up for herself, but she's entertaining as hell and I can't help but really like her. The message in all these books is clear: depending on a guy for happiness will make you unhappy in the long run, losing friendships over guys is beyond ridiculous (but teenage girls can really be the worst), realizing who your true friends are and appreciating those who stick around no matter what- all good things. Ruby seemed to grow the most in this third installment even if she is still obsessive over the same people. There were many laugh out loud awesome moments and it seems as though she's still figuring stuff out and realizes that she will always have to figure things out and life doesn't happen like in the movies, being the movie buff that she is. Looking forward to reading the next one- I will be sad when this ends for me. I read books 2-4 of the Ruby Oliver Quartet in a very short amount of time. Thus, it all blends together, making three separate reviews impossible. Instead, I will highlight what I love about this series in totalRuby Oliver is a very fun character. She's full of life, and has an iron will that keeps her going through all of her many troubles, some which she brings on herself, some which are dumped in her lap.--Footnotes! They are the perfect way to capture Ruby's digressive mind. E-reader alert! You might get endnotes, not footnotes. If you read the actual books you will have the joy of actual footnotes right there on the page. The endnotes are annoying to flip back and forth to.--Friendship. Over the course of the four books, Ruby Oliver's friends wax and wane in a very realistic way.--Parents. Her parents are hilarious, both overly intersted in their only daughter and completely self-involved.--Funny sayings. You too will not be able to think about "Reginald," "Pod-robots" and many other Ruby-isms without smirking.--Movie recommendations. Ruby Oliver loves movies and many of her footnotes are lists of movies that fit a particular category.

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3.5 stars. This is my favorite book of the series. I laughed out loud several times.

Really enjoyed picking up this series again!

3.5 stars


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