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!Read Epub õ TMI ⛄ Friends call Becca the Overshare Queen, but her tendency for TMI never seemed like a problem to her until she blabs about her sweet band geek boyfriend s sloppy kisses and gets dumpedRealizing it may be better to resist the temptation to overshare face to face, Becca decides to blog anonymously about everything instead On her blog, Too Much Information, Becca unleashes her alter ego, Bella Bella tells it like it is though perhaps with a bit drama After all, no one s going to read it, right I think everyone has had a TMI moment at one time in their life Becca unfortunately has a ton of them The girl had me rolling on the floor Well I guess Sarah Quigley had me rolling on the floor I felt like I was stepping back in to my small town high school when I was reading this book The characters held a overwhelming sense of deja vu I m not exactly sure it that made this aenjoyable read, but it did hold arealistic aspect for me Personally I relatedto Becca s friend K I think everyone has had a TMI moment at one time in their life Becca unfortunately has a ton of them The girl had me rolling on the floor Well I guess Sarah Quigley had me rolling on the floor I felt like I was stepping back in to my small town high school when I was reading this book The characters held a overwhelming sense of deja vu I m not exactly sure it that made this aenjoyable read, but it did hold arealistic aspect for me Personally I relatedto Becca s friend Katie I m not a big talker, I usually won t initiate a conversation and have a hard time butting in unless I ve been spoken too directly So the fact that Katie and Becca were able to maintain such a close friendship wasn t a surprise to me The blog entries where a little out there for me They were funny, but at times it was a little too much for my liking Even so the overall message was well displayed Great characterization, witty dialogue, and an original plot make this a notable debut novel TMI was a fun and thoughtful book I found it easier to relate to than most other books set in high school Most of the things that happen in this book happen everyday in the halls of high schools Also the characters seemed like people I know, definitely.So while I myself relatedwith Becca s friend Katie I personally tend to undershare I definitely got a kick out of Becca, let s just say I have a few overshare queens in my own family I definitely know what it s like to hear things abou TMI was a fun and thoughtful book I found it easier to relate to than most other books set in high school Most of the things that happen in this book happen everyday in the halls of high schools Also the characters seemed like people I know, definitely.So while I myself relatedwith Becca s friend Katie I personally tend to undershare I definitely got a kick out of Becca, let s just say I have a few overshare queens in my own family I definitely know what it s like to hear things about yourself from other people, nothing bad but not exactly something you wanted out there But at the same time I know how easy it is to say too much and then realize well maybe I shouldn t have said that I really liked all the other characters as well, especially Becca s crush Matt, her friend Jai, and her family A good chunk of the book revolves around a high school musical of Grease Boy did I love that, I was totally a set painter in high school I never wanted to be on stage though About a year and a half ago I actually got hired by my former high school to do set painting, sound, and graphic design It was a ball, mostly because my sister was in the musical Where we went to high school the theatre is a big deal so it s great to see that reflected in this book And of course, I loved the blogging part of the book, gotta love it And I definitely appreciated the author s descriptions of the evil that is a Minnesota winter, it s true y all Getting back to how realistic I found most of the book, I thought the ending was perfect, it was very believable for me I can t wait to see what the author has in store for us next Becca, a high school sopho, is a bubbly girl who loves to talk about anything, anytime She shares every little detail of her life and other lives with her friends, and it finally gets her into big trouble when her boyfriend breaks up with her for blabbing about his sloppy kisses to her friends Becca decides that s the last time she ll overshare, so she stops talking all the time and instead begins anonymously blogging about her life, changing names and embellishing personalities to make pe Becca, a high school sopho, is a bubbly girl who loves to talk about anything, anytime She shares every little detail of her life and other lives with her friends, and it finally gets her into big trouble when her boyfriend breaks up with her for blabbing about his sloppy kisses to her friends Becca decides that s the last time she ll overshare, so she stops talking all the time and instead begins anonymously blogging about her life, changing names and embellishing personalities to make people seem dorkier or hotter than they are in person I loved Becca Although she s a talker, she s fun and bubbly Her thoughts as told by the narration are hilarious, and I could just picture someone thinking like her I also loved the way the friendships were portrayed, although the introduction to her friends at the beginning of the book was a bit on the cheesy side something I didn t mind, since the rest of the book was so good Becca s anger over the breakup and her subsequent crushing on another guy were completely understandable and entertaining to read about And I thought the ending was very good not sappy sweet, not unbelievably perfect, but good Very fitting for the book, anyway It made the book seem evenrealistic to me.I think this book would appealto younger teens because of Becca s age 15 16 , but really anyone could enjoy it Lots of laughs, lots of fun, cute story I ll definitely pick up another book by Sarah Quigley This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was one of those where I didn t particularly like the main character Actually, most of the time I just wanted to slap her I mean, why WHY WWWHHHHYYY on earth would you post highly detailed descriptions of, no Not your own little surface secrets, like who you have a crush on, but your FRIENDS deepest, darkest, most important secrets on a blog that could easily be found by the very same tech geek who wants revenge on you for totally hurting his best friend and your ex s feeli This book was one of those where I didn t particularly like the main character Actually, most of the time I just wanted to slap her I mean, why WHY WWWHHHHYYY on earth would you post highly detailed descriptions of, no Not your own little surface secrets, like who you have a crush on, but your FRIENDS deepest, darkest, most important secrets on a blog that could easily be found by the very same tech geek who wants revenge on you for totally hurting his best friend and your ex s feelings beyond repair Why Anyway, the reason I gave this three stars is, well, Becca enters the book as a confident loudmouth and exits as a smarter girl with lots of friends who care about her and will help her become even less of an overshare queen quoting from the book However, it was kind of average and not something I would buy and read again