Download Cindy Ella fb2

by Robin Palmer
Download Cindy Ella fb2
Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Robin Palmer
  • ISBN:
    014240392X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0142403921
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Speak (February 7, 2008)
  • Pages:
    264 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1493 kb
  • ePUB format
    1676 kb
  • DJVU format
    1156 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    982
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Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). For instance, in the book, one of Cindy's best friends has a van that is always breaking down (and is called Goldie Hawn). They're lucky if it runs, let alone if the doors open

Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). They're lucky if it runs, let alone if the doors open. In Cinderella Story 2, the girls best friend has a big van named Pumpkin that always breaks down, falls apart, etc. One of the girls in the book also posts a giant poster (all over school) of Cindy from a year picture. It's apparently, completely humiliating.

Robin Palmer grew up in Massachusetts and New Jersey, and graduated from Boston University before she hit the road for Hollywood

Robin Palmer grew up in Massachusetts and New Jersey, and graduated from Boston University before she hit the road for Hollywood. Starting as an assistant in the television literary department of the William Morris Agency, she quickly moved up the ranks and spent the next decade as a literary agent, producer, and television network executive at Lifetime Television, where she developed over one hundred scripts and oversaw the production of over thirty of the cable network's original movies.

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Cindy Ella is a book about a sophomore outcast in one of the most exclusive private schools in . Prom is coming up and Cindy is becoming sick of all the talk of prom. Because of this, she writes a letter to the school newspaper complaining about how prom is only an evil in the American society. When the newspaper is printed w/ the letter inside it, Cindy became an outsider to an untouchable.

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The ideal L.A. fairy tale for fans of Once Upon a Time and L.A. Candy, from the author of Geek Charming.Prom fever has infected LA—especially Cindy’s two annoying stepsisters, and her overly Botoxed stepmother. Cindy seems to be the only one immune to it all. But her anti-prom letter in the school newspaper does more to turn Cindy into Queen of the Freaks than close the gap between the popular kids and the rest of the students. Everyone thinks she’s committed social suicide, except for her two best friends, the yoga goddess India and John Hughes–worshipping Malcolm, and shockingly, the most popular senior at Castle Heights High and Cindy’s crush, Adam Silver. Suddenly Cindy starts to think that maybe her social life could have a happily ever after. But there’s still the rest of the school to deal with. With a little bit of help from an unexpected source and a fabulous pair of heels, Cindy realizes that she still has a chance at a happily ever after.

Gralmeena
I just finished this and I must say that it really was cute. There were certain moments that I was really drawn in and wanted to read more and more and more. Although it presents itself as a modern day Cinderella, it really isn't. The only similarities that there are, are that her name is Cindy Ella, and at the very very VERY end, someone makes themselves known as a "godmother" (of sorts). The only thing that makes them a "godmother" is that they take her to buy a dress and find a good pair of shoes to go with said dress. That's it. Nothing else Cinderella-ish. That was kind of a let down. I was expecting something more. Like the other books that are modern retellings. Anyway though, it was a good book. It was cute, and had funny parts. I tend to read younger books (teen romance, paranormal romance, etc) so I thought this would be for the same type of audience. BUT, it seemed to be for even younger people. I'm a 25 year old Female, so any younger, and it starts to get into children's books. For the price, the book is not really too bad. I'm still comfortable with saying I spent $8 on it and not regretting it. All in all, it was a decent read and worth it for something light, and not too time consuming. ALSO, it seems like A LOT of elements are very similar (if not identical) to the Cinderella Story films. For instance, in the book, one of Cindy's best friends has a van that is always breaking down (and is called Goldie Hawn). They're lucky if it runs, let alone if the doors open. In Cinderella Story 2, the girls best friend has a big van named Pumpkin that always breaks down, falls apart, etc. One of the girls in the book also posts a giant poster (all over school) of Cindy from a year picture. It's apparently, completely humiliating. In Cinderella Story 2, they show the video of Mary, which is also humiliating. And in Cinderella Story 1, they show her emails (re-enacted as a play). There's just some noticeable things in the book that make it seem like the idea is not original in the least. BUT, like I said earlier, it was a decent read and for the price you really can't go wrong.
Rainshaper
This is a VERY cute version of Cinderella and even laugh out loud funny... also a very easy read and a page turner... but in saying that, I've seen this before in the movie 'A Cinderella Story' starring Hillary Duff. Everything from the totally name-brand Hollywood type Botox mom, to the fraternal twin sisters and even an email relationship... Been there, done that. There are a few unique twists and turns, which make it enjoyable, if not completely original. Including three crushes, which would leave my daughter guessing almost to the very end, just which guy to choose or who chooses her. She's only nine, however, so I am going to wait a few years before I let her read it. The step-mother is not as nasty as the typical Cinderella step-mother and the sisters aren't any more mean than your 'average older teenage sisters' are... which I found VERY nice and much more real, kudos for the author on this. All in all, a good funny book.
Micelhorav
What a wonderful 'happily-ever-after' in the most un-traditional way! I love Cindy's character - fresh, funny, and true to herself! I'm way past my teen years - but I loved this book!!! I want to be Cindy when I grow up!
Gold as Heart
What a great book for tweens and teens, and adults like me! Funny, wry, insightful, soulful, smart, with a dry wit that will make you laugh out loud and tell the person in front of you "listen to this part, this is so funny!" I loved this book. Buy it in bulk and give it out as birthday presents.
Uyehuguita
Bought this for my fiance, but it seems to be a bit below her maturity level (24). She likes them, but they are perhaps a bit juvenile she said. Probably best for a teen or pre-teen girl. Funny concept though.
Jay
GREAT FOR TEENS TO READ A MODERN DAY CINDERELLA STORY. ITS GOOD TO GET OUR YOUNG TO GET GOOD READING HABITS AND BOOKS THAT THEY COULD RELATE TO OR ENJOY IS A START.
Helldor
Great book finished in a 2 days
I thought this was a good book.it had a good plotline and story, but it was also very repetitive.overall,I would recommend this book.