Girls Girls Girls Volumes I and II of The Black Book take us inside the mind of outwardly unassuming Jonah Black Faithfully reproduced in the manner of the original diary they comprise a no holds barred darkly comic

  • Title: Girls, Girls, Girls
  • Author: Jonah Black
  • ISBN: 9780613492836
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Volumes I and II of The Black Book take us inside the mind of outwardly unassuming Jonah Black Faithfully reproduced in the manner of the original diary, they comprise a no holds barred, darkly comic tale of one teenager s inner life Jonah chronicles his shrouded in mystery return from boarding school, his reentry into a life he d left behind, and his struggle to separatVolumes I and II of The Black Book take us inside the mind of outwardly unassuming Jonah Black Faithfully reproduced in the manner of the original diary, they comprise a no holds barred, darkly comic tale of one teenager s inner life Jonah chronicles his shrouded in mystery return from boarding school, his reentry into a life he d left behind, and his struggle to separate fantasy from reality His Proustian eye for detail and self deprecating humor combined with the sexual appetite unique to the seventeen year old male make these books compulsively entertaining.Volume I details Jonah s crash and burn reentry into the high school society and family he left behind two years before.

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    1. Personal Response: The book was amazing. My favorite parts about the book are how Jonah, the main character, goes through every day of his life. I can relate to so much of it making the book even better.Plot Summary: Jonah is a boy from Florida's own Don Shula High. When he was in 10th and 11th grade Jonah had to move to Pennsylvania and attend Mast. Academy where he then had to leave a week before the school year back to Florida to live with his mom. By doing this he missed his final German Exa [...]

    2. This book was very enjoyable, i really liked the note book aspect of the book and the dates dotted down over the time span in the book, a very good read and i thoroughly enjoyed it. Girls, Girls, Girls (The Black Book: Diary of a Teenage Stud) is a story about Jonah Black, whom having to move away from Masthead and leaving the love of his life, Sophie, behind is having a hard time fitting into his old school where he has to repeat 11th grade due to unlucky circumstances due to being kicked out o [...]

    3. Following the life of Jonah Black after his expulsion from Masthead Academy, The Black Book series is a short, fun look into the mind of a teenager as he copes with school, family, and most importantly, his love life. Though his actions can be extremely frustrating at times, I ultimately enjoyed the book, and found its style a bit refreshing from the usual John Green-esque teen novel.

    4. After finishing this book I just continued to lie in my bed (I have a habit of reading really late at night because I can focus better) and ponder for a few minutes about my judgement. This book is written in a journal style. Jonah Black is both the author (that exists) and the fictional character who's writing the journal. I don't know if the character reflects Black himself when he was this age or what, and I really didn't care, but it occurred to me sometimes. This book is pretty hilarious. I [...]

    5. Through a John-Green-esque book of young adult, Jonah Black struggled through reality and fantasy. After moving from Masthead Academy with his father, where he was kicked out, back to Florida with his mother and past, he was left with unsettled issues and feelings. His fantasies of his former girlfriend named Sophie leave many questions unanswered about what happened in his past to get him kicked out. Once he returns to school, he finds out he must repeat the eleventh grade when all his old frie [...]

    6. Seventeen year old Jonah is returning to his home town in Palm Beach Florida after two years at a private school in Pennsylvania. Jonah was expelled from Masthead Academy, but won't reveal the reason to his friends. He simply lets them believe the rumors going around; none of which seem to be true. But coming home creates more problems for Jonah and his senior year is not what he expected.Writing is one of his favorite past times and he has a tendency to lose himself in his work. The novel is st [...]

    7. Of course I started reading this book because when I was introduced to the series in ninth grade honors English, I was told that this was a series for boys. That year almost every girl I knew was chomping at the bit for a chance to check out this book from our teacher and read it (we do not like being told we cannot have something because we are girls). I remember not being able to put the book down, and being disappointed when I had to wait for the second book to be made available to me when I [...]

    8. (really a 4.5) I am reading this book again because it is one of my favorite ya books and I loved it when I read it the first time. Hopefully I still like it the second time around!Update: Really liked it again! The narrator's voice is great. It is a teenage boy thinking about sex, but in a meaningful and sweet way. He writes this journal but it shifts from reality to daydreams and back and I loved getting lost in Jonah's fantasies. It kind of reminds me of how the Time Traveler's Wife reads, bu [...]

    9. Jonah returns home to Pompano Beach, FL, after two years living with his father in PA. An aura of mystery surrounds his return. He was expelled from Masthead Academy for reasons that are unclear other than that a car accident and a girlfriend named Sophie are involved. Jonah himself doesn't make it clear in this first book of the series. He's back in touch with friends who have changed since he left, including his sister Honey, a genius who skipped 10th grade and is now a grade ahead of Jonah. J [...]

    10. This book takes 233 pages to go nowhere and answers no questions. I could not relate to any of the characters and Black’s fantasy and reality are so intertwined that I never knew what Black was making up and what was actually happening. If this is suppose to be how a real American teenage boy thinks and acts, then I feel bad for teenage boys. I cannot believe this is the first book in a series!!! I could hardly drag myself through this book, why in the world would I CHOSE to read another one!? [...]

    11. Jonah Black, author and main character of the series The Black Book: Diary of a Teenage Stud, finds himself back at his old school after being away for two years, but instead of being a senior, the powers that be make him take junior year over. We know something fairly awful happened while he was living with his dad, but the clues the author gives are just enough to keep you turning the pages. It's a good thing that there are three, going on four, books in this series, because after volume one ( [...]

    12. This book was an easy read but a really great read. I really liked how Jennifer Finney Boylan (BTW, She's the real author behind this writing) wrote this, because her writing is just amazing. I really hope Jonah ends up with Posie. I also liked how Posie's younger sister Caitlin was lying on her bed with her earphones on. lol

    13. I was surprised how at how good this book actually was. it really didn't have a very high rating and it was being sold in the bottom the 70 percent off pile in a used bookstore. I loved it and I can't wait to read the second one

    14. this book wasn't what i thought (hoped) it would be. i'm clearly not its target audience. but you do dumb things when you're bored and in the hospital.

    15. One of the reasons I love this website! I adored these books in early high school and completely forgot they existed. Oh, how fun it is to reminisce

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