Monday, November 30, 2009

Queen of Babble -- Meg Cabot

Well...What did you think? Did you like Lizzie? Did it make you want to read the following titles Queen of Babble in the BIg City and Queen of Babble gets Hitched? If so did you read them?


  1. I really enjoyed this book. Even though I didn't completely relate to Lizzie I liked her. I felt that she was a real person. Sometimes we open our mouths when we shouldn't!
    I have read both of the following titles and really enjoyed them all.
    If you haven't read it and you're you looking for a quick easy read. I think I read the first and second a couple days each but the third one I read in one day. I couldn't wait to see what happened.

  2. I finished the audio book yesterday (a little late...oops!) I got annoyed by Lizzie's inability to think BEFORE she spoke sometimes but otherwise found her to be endearing. I hated Andy from the moment they introduced him and couldn't beleive that Lizzie was so dense as to fall for him but then there was Luke...I liked Luke...

    I think I'll pick up the sequal for my next trip to pick up the BF from the airport.

  3. This book was a fun read. I found it predictible at first, which usually turns me off from a book, but I did enjoy it more as I got into it. I liked to read about the France countryside and I liked Luke and his father.

    I did read the rest of the series and I think Cabbot wrapped the series well, although there were parts of the final book I didn't like.


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