[ PDF / Epub ] ★ Jenny Greens Killer Junior Year Author Amy Belasen – Thegreatwallonline.us

Jenny Greens Killer Junior Year Hell Hath No Fury Jenny Green Is A Spoiled Teen Princess And The Newest Junior At Montreal S Molson Academy Jenny Wants A Fresh Start In Her New School, And She S Curious To See What Montreal Has To Offer, Most Especially In The Boy Department Beautiful, Charming, And Sharp Witted, Jenny Has No Trouble Getting The Boys To Fall For Her But When She Discovers Just How Despicable The Male Gender Can Be With The Lying, The Cheating, And The Utter Disrespect She Decides To Make Them Paywith Their Lives.

[ PDF / Epub ] ★ Jenny Greens Killer Junior Year  Author Amy Belasen – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Jenny Greens Killer Junior Year
  • Amy Belasen
  • English
  • 10 February 2017
  • 1416967923

10 thoughts on “Jenny Greens Killer Junior Year


  1. says:

    This caught my eye at the library I couldn t tell if it was a thriller or a comedy satire still can t Jenny showed interesting character development, but don t expect a lesson learned I found myself enjoying it I wonder what that says about me LOL


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Thinking about the one hundred and one ways to murder your lying, cheating ex boyfriend is one thing, but to actually kill the guy Jenny Green takes revenge to a whole new level towards the despicable boyfriends she encounters by violently putting them to their death and then getting away with it The first time I saw the title, I didn t think much of it I didn t even catch the glaring cover a girl holding a pointy knife but once I read the blurb, I laughed at the pun It s a smart way to dra Thinking about the one hundred and one ways to murder your lying, cheating ex boyfriend is one thing, but to actually kill the guy Jenny Green takes revenge to a whole new level towards the despicable boyfriends she encounters by violently putting them to their death and then getting away with it The first time I saw the title, I didn t think much of it I didn t even catch the glaring cover ...


  3. says:

    So, this one was of the worst books that I ve read in a long time While it sounds like readers who were able to connect with Jenny Green were the ones who liked the book, I found her to be absolutely obnoxious and had little sympathy for the horrible situations she put herself in and the semi disastrous results Yes, I understand that this is unfortunately not an uncommon situation for young women well, without the murdering part but the lack of respect for her body that this girl had really So, this one was of the worst books that I ve read in a long time While it sounds like readers who were able to connect with Jenny Green were the ones who liked the book, I found her to be absolutely obnoxious and had little sympathy for the horrible situations she put herself in and the semi disastrous results Yes, I understand that this is unfortunately not an uncommon situation for young women w...


  4. says:

    REVIEW Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year I was not impressed Belasen, A., Osborn, J 2008 Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year New York Simon Pulse.284 pages.So, when I first started typing this review, I accidentally put yar instead of year As though 11th grader, Jenny, had become a pirate Note I would read that book I may be out of high school, but I m still looking for ways to transition to a career in piracy Appetizer After a sucky sopho year, Jewish American Princess REVIEW Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year I was not impressed Belasen, A., Osborn, J 2008 Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year New York Simon Pulse.284 pages.So, when I first started typing this review, I accidentally put yar instead of year As though 11th grader, Jenny, had become a pirate Note I would read that book I may be out of high school, but I m still looking for ways to transition to a career in piracy Appetizer After a sucky sopho year, Jewish American Princess or I kid you not Jap as she prefers to use shudders Jenny Green decides to leave her Long Island public school in the hope of finding cooler people and the one AKA Prince Cha...


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    Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year by Amy Belasen and Jacob Osborne is a sometimes funny, generally captivating revenge tale narrated by Jenny Green, the teenaged killer, herself Readers are privy to Jenny s innermost thoughts through out the book, from the mundane dieting and wardrobe woes to the decidedly creepy thoughts of death and murder Jenny Green is bored of her Long Island life A self appointed Jewish American Princess JAP reeling from ...


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    Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.comWanting to get away from the life on Long Island, Jenny Green convinces her parents to let her attend boarding school in Quebec She s done her research and she s pushed for Molson yes, as in the beer Academy She s got her reasons for choosing Molson For one, it s out of the country For another, Josh Beck s family has moved to Quebec But all does not start well when she arrives at Molson Deciding on the school late in the summer, the only dormitory r Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.comWanting to get away from the life on Long Island, Jenny Green convinces her parents to let her attend boarding school in Quebec She s done her research and she s pushed for Molson yes, as in the beer Academy She s got her reasons for choosing Molson For one, it s out of the country For another, Josh Beck s family has moved to Quebec But all does not start well when she arrives at Molson Deciding on the school late in the summer, the only dormitory rooms available for Jenny are either in the freshman dorm no way or the Female Artists Colony aka Hippie Hall The lesser of the two evils seems to be Hippie Hall As soon as sh...


  7. says:

    Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year by Amy Belasen and Jacob Olsen was overall an interesting read Initially thinking it would be far below my reading level, I was pleasantly surprised with this book The story of a spoiled teen leaving her hometown for a boarding school where she can start over is somewhat overused, but this story had a large twist as the story went on Learningandabout Jenny Green s life and her motives behind the actions she partakes in throughout her new school Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year by Amy Belasen and Jacob Olsen was overall an interesting read Initially thinking it would be far below my reading level, I was pleasantly surprised with this book The story of a spoiled teen leaving her hometown for a boarding school where she can start over is somewhat overused, but this story had a large twist as the story went on Learningandabout Jenny Green s life and her motives behind the actions she partakes in throughout her new school I chose this book because the title grabbed my eye considering I am only a year younger than Jenny in this story The story itself was very interesting and really engaged the reader Jenny s experience at her new school was something rather out of the ordinary which is really what drew me in The ending being the only thing that really was not in my favor it could have gone in a different direction than it did Overall, I did enjoy this book ...


  8. says:

    Jenny Green is a spoiled teen princess and the newest junior Montreal s Molson Academy Jenny wants a fresh start in her new school, and she s curious to see what Montreal has to offer, most especially in the boy department Beautiful, charming, and sharp witted, Jenny has no trouble getting the boys to fall for her But when she discovers just how despicable the male gender can be with the lying, the cheating, and the utter disrespect she decides to make them pay with their lives This d Jenny Green is a spoiled teen princess and the newest junior Montreal s Molson Academy Jenny wants a fresh start in her new school, and she s curious to see what Montreal has to offer, most especially in the boy department Beautiful, charming, and sharp witted, Jenny has no trouble getting the boys to fall for her But when she discovers just how despicable the male gender can be with the lying, the cheating, and the utter disrespect she decides to make them pay with their lives This deliciously dark comedy with style should resonate with any teen reader who s been spurned by loveand craved a little revenge in return Let me first say that this book is kind of creepy Not in a I m going to have nightmares and be paranoid about getting killed way, but a way Uh.what t...


  9. says:

    The novel Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year written by Amy Belasen was both exciting and mysterious Like every book, there are parts that are slower to read than others, but most of the book was suspenseful and full of twists and turns like any good book would contain Jenny Green was just starting out at her new boarding school Molson Academy in Montreal after days of convincing her parents to let her go in hopes of rekindling things with her lost lover Josh from her other school back home, b The novel Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year written by Amy Belasen was both exciting and mysterious Like every book, there are parts that are slower to read than others, but most of the book was suspenseful and full of twists and turns like any good book would contain Jenny Green was just starting out at her new boarding school Molson Academy in Montreal after days of convincing her par...


  10. says:

    Boy s, drama, murders, andin the book Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year Sounds interesting right Well not really, other than the plot, nothing else is really interesting The point point of view is in the eyes of Jenny, but I do not like that The ending is also very bad They could have provided a littledetails at the end.When you read books of course you want the story to be interesting Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year, has a good one Jenny Green the main character grew up in N Boy s, drama, murders, andin the book Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year Sounds interesting right Well not really, other than the plot, nothing else is really interesting The point point of view is in the eyes of Jenny, but I do not like that The ending is also very bad They could have provided a littledetails at the end.When you read books of course you want the story to be interesting Jenny Green s Killer Junior Year, has a good one Jenny Green the main character grew up in New York She did not like it that much, so in her junior year she moved to a broading school in Canda Although she liked male attention she did not like to mistreated by them in anyway Most boys were not aware of this though It started with one boy mistreating her, and accidental killing After that each boy that mistreated her in anyway got what she thought they deserved.Point of ...

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