Alice Macleod, Realist at Last

Alice Macleod, Realist at Last

Book - 2005
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ALICE MACLEOD has officially graduated from the ranks of the weirdly marginal into the realm of the practically normal. Except for the fact that she's just been abandoned by her boyfriend, Goose, and her tree hugger mom has been busted at an environmental protest and sent up to the Big House for two months, everything's going just great. Thankfully, these misfortunes are giving Alice plenty of material for the screenplay she's writing (populated by Very Attractive People), which is going to make her rich, famous and fabulous. 
    With the family finances squeezed even tighter than normal, Alice is forced to score not one but three part-time jobs, none particularly well suited to her eclectic but limited range of talents. The jobs do, however, introduce her to an interesting range of older--and younger--potential new boyfriends.

Publisher: Toronto : HarperTrophyCanada, 2005
ISBN: 9780006392668
0006392660
Branch Call Number: YA JUB
Characteristics: 260 p

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Cheeese
Nov 14, 2010

Good parts of the book but some strange parts as well, overall it's decent. Didn't like the ending though!

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Sockmonkey49
Apr 11, 2010

this book seems quite serious but is actually, hilarious, interesting and fun! Great Read highly recommended.

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lindeeana
Oct 23, 2008

16 year old girls might like this. I didn't find the characters consistent or overly likable or plausible.

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Sockmonkey49
Apr 11, 2010

Sockmonkey49 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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