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Brooks Mandeville, quarterback: Friday is the homecoming game and dance. It is a very big deal.
Natalie Wagner, marching band clarinet: Our band’s halftime show performances are legendary, even if our football team isn’t.
Cinthia Alvarez, Academic Battle team member: Our Academic Battle team has won five years in a row. This Friday, it’ll be six.
Tanner Ericksen, sophomore class candidate for vice president: Holly has to win the election for class president this Friday!
Holly Carpenter, cheerleader, Academic Battle team member, class president candidate: Friday? Everything is on Friday? How can I be in three places at once?
Colin von Kohorn, editor-in-chief of the Prepster: This kind of scheduling incompetence could only have come straight from the top.
Angelica Hutcherson, reporter-at-large: I talked to everyone and my article is going to crack this story wide open…
This is what happens on the wildest day in the history of high school, as told by the people who survived it!
|Title||:||The Date to Save|
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September 16, 2017
Review to come ☺
September 25, 2017
Rating: 4.5 Stars
One day, five events
Oh, San Anselmo Prep how I missed you and your quirky student body! It was so much fun to be back in this world, and to have an all new oral history to enjoy.
I was such a HUGE fan of It's Not Me, It's You, so when I heard Strohm was releasing a companion, I s...
September 10, 2017
This was daringly hilarious! I may have rounded the rating up to 4 stars but I don't think it was even a 3.5. Maybe 3.8?
This is a transcript for the oral history of how a chaotic day when the three main events of a school came to happen all on the same date. Actually, four events but no one reall...
October 04, 2017
This succinct story is an oral documentary, delivered in written format. Quite appealing to this avid reader, it seemed to create the quick, concise medium to appropriately accompany the pace of the plot. In a kind-of-counterintuitive way, I feel like this is a fantastic format for the wary reade...
September 19, 2017
not *quite* as enjoyable as Its Not Me Its You but still full of great characters, authentic voice, humor and cute fluff. I loved the variety of stories being told (not just football/cheerleading but newspaper, theatre, band & quiz bowl) and the tiny mystery plot! one random thing I really ap...
April 17, 2017
I love love love love Stephanie Strohm and couldn't handle my excitement when the galley for this book arrived.
When I heard that Stephanie was writing a sequel to It's Not Me, It's You, I thought that she must be a little crazy. That book was awesome and the format was cool and unique. How could...
September 04, 2017
Stephanie Kate Strohm keeps putting out these utterly adorable YA reads. She's really mastered teen voices. Perfect for lovers of Ally Carter.
July 14, 2017
Reasons you'll love this book as much as, if not MORE THAN, It's Not Me, It's You:
1. Jane Austen hero references (and NOT Mr. Darcy)
2. A PERFECTLY placed Hamilton reference that made me laugh so hard I had a coughing fit, and I don't even really care about Hamilton.
4. Cameos from several...
September 26, 2017
At first I didn't really like this book simply because I wasn't used to reading a story in this format. it was confusing at first but then I got used to it and I actually enjoyed it. The main character, Angelica, bothered me a bit with her kind of whiney personality. Later as I continue to read,...
September 29, 2017
I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways. As always, an honest review.
The premise is that all of the high school’s major fall activities are scheduled on the same day. Homecoming, Academic Battle competition, student government elections, and the fall play. It’s a perfect setup t...