Thea Galehouse, adrift and under-motivated, is a junior at Manhattan’s Stuyvesant High School when she meets senior Will Weston and makes. Hooked by Catherine Greenman is not your typical pregnancy novel. There is no ‘ you will get pregnant and you will die.’ Hooked opens pretty. I am not a huge fan of teenage pregnancy so I wasn’t sure how much I was going to love Hooked, but Catherine Greenman does not try to.
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HOOKED by Catherine Greenman | Kirkus Reviews
Notify me of follow-up comments by email. I love books that describe hobbies like knitting, crocheting and baking and I have been itching to learn to crochet since I read this book.
Their attraction is almost immediate and a relationship follows quickly. At times it was kind of easy-to-put-down, but mostly it was good. But then, Thea misses a period. There was no depth to the characters, ggreenman dialogue at times didn’t seem realistic. I usually steer clear of teen pregnancy because I feel it is glamorized.
Fortunately for Thea, she has a somewhat tarnished knight in shining armor who comes to her aid This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I was kind of indifferent to him, even before Thea got pregnant.
Will’s aunt is subletting her apartment so they are able to find a place to live with the baby. I was expecting more of an easier plotline, but it actually goes along with a pretty in depth feel and alot of thought within the story Would cafherine like me to consider your book for review?
Hooked by Catherine Greenman. It didn’t make an impact on me, but it was fun and entertaining while it lasted.
Click HERE to sign up. The main characters, Thea and Will, weren’t very likable at first but they grew on me because of how they themselves grew in the story view spoiler [ Thea stepping up to be a mom when Will left after their baby, Ian, got into a burn accident that scared him and challenged his ability to be a good parent hide spoiler ]. Unexpected and also a bit underwhelming, bu A realistic, if somewhat slow story about an average teenaged girl from New York, who has an average high school romance who gets pregnant and the aftermath of that pregnancy and how it affects her family, her future and her relationship.
Ashley Prince January 30th, I usually steer clear of teen pregnancy because I feel it is glamorized. Let’s just say that I use the term “hipster” in the same tone Thea says “nerd. Nothing is sugar coated, nothing is too far of a stretch. From what we see, their relationship is mainly physical – and I don’t mean that it’s addressed as an issue how most of it is physical; that’s just the way it is.
Review of Patches of Grey by Roy L. She is sure that when Will leaves for college in the fall that he will dump her, but he doesn’t. Another complaint I have is how bizarre the first few chapters of the book are. Nope, none of that here.
I know this is totally random and weird, but I got this book out of the library, and I think I may have been the first to read it.
I was also so frustrated that Will flaked out. I could see why she could have driven anyone away. And again, something like that not being addressed as an issue but just being, you know, there, frustrates me.
And it was bh by someone who is obviously familiar with the area the characters live in, which I tend to appreciate. I love Catherine Greenman, and I look forward to more books and works by her.
When I read that I thought maybe this takes place in England, but then locations in New York were mentioned. And then soon a I know this bu totally random and weird, but I got this book out of the library, and I think I may have been the first to read it. This makes it tremendously difficult to connect with them, and I generally end up frustrated and uninterested.
I kept trying to imagine in my head, while reading, what a the finished hoooed would look like! Or even if they were would they agree to such a commitment?
It looked like a piece catherind sculpture or artwork, full of weight and purpose. Which is why I say that I liked the story. Their relationship becomes serious, surviving Will meeting her parents hard-nosed part-time-realtor mother and success-obsessed father and starting college.
If you enjoyed this post, please Subscribe to Book Briefs in a reader. His main focus is Thea getting into a prestigious college. Her father is disappointed with her because she will not be able to get into the college he hoomed Thea Galehouse is a young woman who has had to rely on herself for a long time.