But when Wesley Rush, the school heartthrob, tells her she’s a DUFF – a Designated Ugly Fat Friend – it really gets to Bianca. Things aren’t. Written by Kody Keplinger, narrated by Ellen Grafton. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial. The DUFF by Kody Keplinger – review. ‘There were times I found myself DUFF stands for: “Designated Ugly Fat Friend”. This is where my first.
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In comes Wesley Rush. Until it all goes horribly awry. If you are having sex on the regular with a man, let’s say times a week, and are spending a lot of time with him, and then suddenly break it off for no apparent reason, he might be hurt and worried.
And when he nicknames her “Duffy,” she throws her Coke in his face.
The DUFF by Kody Keplinger – review
Sep Hardcover Jun Paperback. In fact he was still a bit of a jerk in the end but not really in a bad way. Her experiences and her past actions did change her perspective in a lot of things in a really good way.
On the other hand, this is a cute, fun, quick read. It turns out that Wesley isn’t such a bad listener, and his life is pretty screwed up, too. And that’s completely normal, healthy even. I’m baffled by this prevalent media portrayal of evil, abusive cheerleaders who make other kids’ lives hell.
Cath and Wren are identical twins, and until recently they did absolutely everything together. Comparing your frind triangle to Wuthering Heights? Other characters have sex, including with multiple partners, and condoms are discussed.
His eyes were wide as he leaned back. Getting knocked off the wagon after 18 years is a big fucking deal. You might also enjoy Sea Change by Kate Canna fabulous mix of stunning scenery, scrumptious food and irresistible bad boys, or Good Cesignated by Laura Ruby – one moment of indiscretion threatens to ruin Audrey’s final year of school, but as she struggles through, she realises that life does go on and that she can survive the unthinkable.
Bianca is consistently strong, witty, and confident, and while the nickname pinches, it does little to hurt her self-esteem. A friend rescued me and I spent the night at his house.
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And they didn’t even know it. Omg Loved the book can’t wait to see the movie it is going to be awesome can’t wait to see it 3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
They are far from the swaggering, confident, sexually powerful teens in this book. For a girl with such a fat ass, I felt pretty invisible. It wasn’t that big of a deal. The DUFF was fluffy fun – emphasis on fluff. Unfortunately Bianca doesn’t walk away completely unscathed. View all 3 comments. Therefore, I was really disappointed at the outcome.
Get it free with day trial. I don’t like when movies feel the need to add new characters to an existing plot. She doesn’t talk to him about her feelings or her motivations. There are a few heavy storylines happening here but in teenage life, they are very common. BUT what I fail to appreciate is the way this story plays out. I have not managed to find any indications on what makes you love it or hate it, though. She doesn’t tell Wesley how she really feels. So here’s where things get a bit messy.
He, in turn, insults and hurts her by calling her the DUFF, the designated ugly, fat friend. View all 50 comments. Not sure why it was turned into a film to be honest! So, if you think teenagers shouldn’t have sex in books The end of the book felt rushed. How much I loved him. Fqt even understand how in a twisted way she felt pretty, more desirable afterward. I watched the movie a few weeks ago and it’s – big surprise – completely different.
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I received a digital copy of this book for review from NetGalley and the Publisher. I can’t believe how different this story was to the movie!!! I liked how the subject matter was not xesignated down for the YA audience. For more of my reviews, desingated visit: Fiction, Romance This story is about a girl named Bianca Piper. I definately won’t be looking for any other books narrated by Ms. But I still feel like this book is sort of teetering on the edge of breaking away from regular YA tropes, without ever going the distance.
That would be nice, right? Not to mention this book was written by a fetus.