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Danielle's plans for the future were pretty easy to figure out... until she failed senior English and her single college application was denied. Suddenly she's in hot water with very few options, because honestly who applies to a safety school when their mom is a semi-famous "college psychic"?!
Determined to get her life back on track, Danielle enrolls in her hometown community college with a plan: pass her English class and get back into Ohio State and her mother's good graces. Romance isn't on her radar... until she reconnects with her childhood crush and golden-boy-next-door, Luke.
Between family drama, first love and finding her own way, Danielle can't help but feel a little overwhelmed. Thankfully she has her friendship with the snarky and frustratingly attractive Porter, her coworker at the campus bookstore, to push her to experience new things and help keep her afloat.
One thing's for sure: This time, failure's not an option.
|Title||:||The Big F|
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
July 15, 2017
ARC from Macmillan Children's Publishing Group Swoon Reads and Netgalley for a fair review
"Being lost, being without the plan I'd armed myself with my entire life, got me out of my comfort zone in ways that challenged me and forced me to grow as a person."
Maggie Ann Martin debut? I dub thee for...
September 01, 2017
This was such a quick and easy read (it's literally SO easy to binge-read) and it was very uplifting and entertaining!
The Big F is about Danielle who was supposed to go to Ohio’s university after graduation—but she got her acceptance revoked because she failed her English class. She has failed he...
January 04, 2018
The Big F was the easiest, quickest and most satisfying read I've had in awhile. It was pure sugar and sweetness, but it featured some really valuable insight into growing up/early adulthood that admittedly made me tear up a little.
Danielle really resonated with me primarily because she and I are...
August 15, 2017
I enjoyed this book so much more than I was anticipating I would! Seriously. I'm positive it's now up in my top ten favorite YA contemporaries now!
"It's not supposed to be easy to decide what makes life worth living, especially when you have so many things to live for now."
Dani is a character e...
August 30, 2017
When Danielle doesn't get into the college of her dreams, she considers herself a failure. She enrolls in the local community college, hoping to transfer out as soon as she can. But plans change. First, she reunites with Luke, her childhood crush. Then, she gets a job at the bookstore and meets P...
August 20, 2017
*I received a copy of this book because I'm part of the blog tour for it - did not change my review/opinion at all for this book!*
This year I participated in Book Madness, which was basically March Madness except with book characters. It was a tonnnnnn of fun, and it was put on by Maggie Ann Mart...
August 31, 2017
Three things I loved about THE BIG F:
1. Bridges the YA/NA gap. The Big F has the same light, hopeful feel of a lot of my favorite YAs, but its MC, Danielle, is trudging through her first year of community college. It’s nice to see this stage featured in a book.
2. Dynamic characterizations. From D...
October 20, 2017
The Big F is a light and fun story with the occasional cutes and swoons. It has its frustrating moments but the focus on family and friendship were solid.
Danielle's relationship with her family was a big part The Big F. Her closeness with her brother was one of my favourite thing. They got along...
October 02, 2017
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The Big F is author Maggie Ann Martin's debut novel, and I have to say, I loved it! The Big F is a young adult contemporary romance that is sure to put a smile on your face. This book gave me major Kasie West vibes......
October 12, 2017
what a charming, happy, fun, perfect summer read. I love that the characters are all perfectly flawed, lovable, and contradictory, just like real people. they have conflicts and inside jokes, complicated relationships and feelings. I cried twice, too. thanks Maggie Ann Martin for exactly the kind...