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The Wrong Side of Right af Jenn Marie Thorne

The Wrong Side of Right (original 2015; udgave 2015)

af Jenn Marie Thorne (Forfatter)

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After her mother dies, sixteen-year-old Kate Quinn meets the father she did not know she had, joins his presidential campaign, falls for a rebellious boy, and when what she truly believes flies in the face of the campaign's talking points, Kate must decide what is best.
Titel:The Wrong Side of Right
Forfattere:Jenn Marie Thorne (Forfatter)
Info:Dial Books (2015), 400 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek

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The Wrong Side of Right af Jenn Marie Thorne (2015)


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3.5 Stars“It's amazing how much one person can change the world, even if they don't know they're doing it.”
This was all around just a fluffy, enjoyable summer read. I thought Kate was a good MC, who obviously has to go through a lot of changes and try and navigate not only a bit of a spotlight, but meeting her new family as well. I loved her younger brother Gabe so much - he was such an adorable little sweetheart. I’m also really happy that Meg wasn’t turned into an evil stepmom character and was such a nice and accepting person, who Kate could really lean on. One of my favorite parts of the story was the deliciously flirty romance between Kate and Andy. They had such good banter, and were just really adorable. But I did think that Kate’s dad Mark kinda sucked and has plenty of room for improvement. The Wrong Side of Right is a perfect beach book to relax with on a summer day! ( )
  LifeofaLiteraryNerd | Aug 6, 2018 |
Kate is a teenager who has grown up knowing nothing about her father. After her mother dies her father’s identity is unexpectedly revealed. He’s a senator, with two kids and a wife he’s been married to for longer than Kate’s been alive. And he’s running for president.

Trying to get to know her new family in the midst of a presidential campaign and its accompanying pressures isn’t easy. As the campaign progresses, Kate has to decide how much is she prepared to pushed around and scripted by her father’s staff, and what she will do when she doesn’t agree with her father’s politics.

Earlier on in The Wrong Side of Right I wasn’t sure if I wanted to keep reading. There were a few odd details that jumped out at me as being a bit unrealistic, and I have less patience for average YA than I once did. And then I ended up finishing it in an afternoon. The story satisfactorily addresses my initial quibbles, and finds the right balance between lighthearted and heartwarming. ( )
  Herenya | Sep 1, 2017 |
Read this book right now. ( )
  xelaflores | Jul 8, 2017 |
Finding out you're the secret love child of the Republican nominee for president isn't anyone's plan for the summer before senior year, but that's what happens to Kate. She's unsure of where she fits into this picture-perfect Cooper family but she's willing to try, even though it means a summer on the campaign trail. Kate bonding with her younger siblings were some of my favorite parts.
I really appreciated that Meg wasn't an evil step-mother stereotype. She obviously wasn't pleased that her husband had an affair or a child no one knew about, but she was willing to take Kate on her own terms and not blame her for the situation.
There's a bit of romance, but the main focus is Kate finding a new home after losing her mother. ( )
  colleenrec | Jun 23, 2017 |
Esta parte de la reseña se titula: "Sinopsis, el problema no es que mientas, el problema es que te creo".

Nuevamente he sido engañada por la, ahora popular, práctica publicitaria de comparar los libros con otras cosas más conocidas y más cercanas a los corazones del público general.

Lo que dice la descripción:"Equal parts My Life Next Door and The Princess Diaries—plus a dash of Aaron Sorkin".

Lo que dijo mi corazón: ¡¿Aaron Sorkin?! Léelo. ¡Tienes que leerlo!

Lo que dice -ahora- mi cerebro: Pffffffff.

Este libro tiene todas las debilidades de My Life Next Door y The Princess Diaries y ninguna de sus fortalezas. Lo que en The Princess Diaries puede pasar por graciosa ingenuidad, en The Wrong Side of Right que carece de sentido del humor, pasa por estupidez. Lo que en My Life Next Door puede pasar como complejas relaciones familiares, en The Wrong Side of Right pasa como falta de comunicación. ¿Y ese "dash of Aaron Sorkin"?, es mas un guiño que otra cosa.

"I believe this is the Greatest. Nation. In the World," one junior senator said.

Will McAvoy, does not approve.

Comencé este libro con muy altas expectativas, lamentablemente los objetivos propuestos no fueron alcanzados.

Reseña, parte II: "I hate stupid characters and I cannot lie" AKA "Esa delgada línea entre ser bueno y ser estúpido."

Kate es el personaje más patético que he leído en mucho tiempo. La insultan, la humillan, la ignoran, la usan como figurita de papel. ¿Y ella que hace? ¿Acaso se defiende? NO. Se lamenta mientras espera que alguien más interceda por ella.

Dame una Scarlett O'Hara sin escrúpulos sobre una 'buenachona' Kate, cualquier día. No tolero a los personajes sin carácter ni personalidad. Y lo más triste es que no mejora en ninguna parte del libro. Yo seguía leyendo y leyendo, esperando que en algún punto de las 400 páginas Kate reaccionara. Y solo cuando terminó me di cuenta que jamás sucedió, que acababa de leer 400 páginas de relleno. ( )
  Glire | Jun 22, 2016 |
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After her mother dies, sixteen-year-old Kate Quinn meets the father she did not know she had, joins his presidential campaign, falls for a rebellious boy, and when what she truly believes flies in the face of the campaign's talking points, Kate must decide what is best.

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