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Girl meets cake by Susie Day

Publishers’ blurb

Geeky fan girl Heidi, 15, has a great fantasy life thanks to her TV and her laptop – and no wonder, when she’s stuck at the boarding school for crazy drop-outs where her parents teach, with only a cake-shop Saturday job to escape to. At least she’s got her best mates – but when they all start coupling up, Heidi needs a boyfriend – and fast. Enter Gingerbread Ed, a sexy love muppet with a motorbike. He’d be perfect – if he actually existed. Heidi’s mad online life collides hysterically with her real one in a laugh-out-loud uber-cool teen novel

Further information

Susie Day’s website

Interview with Susie Day (refers to another of her books)

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3 comments on “Girl meets cake by Susie Day

  1. Girl Meets Cake by Susie Day.
    This book is about a young girl and her parents are the caretakers of her school. In the summer holidays she worked at the local cafe and fell in love with the owners son. When she has to go back to school she meets up with all her friends and the most popular boy in school approaches her. She thinks he likes her until he asks her to distract her dad so the boy and his friends can sneak out. She doesn’t tell her friends that he just wanted her to distract her dad so they think turned him down as she has a boyfriend and she decides to go along with it. She starts making up an imaginary boyfriend and makes him like her favourite tv star. All her friends recieve his email address which is just hers with a different name and they all start emailing him (her) their biggest secrets. It gets out of hand and all her friends discover he is an imaginary boyfriend. They all make up and the boy she loved from the very start ends up being her real boyfriend.
    The genres used are romance, humour and like life.
    The themes are friendship, love and trust.
    I didn’t enjoy the book as it had a really slow start and it was confusing as it kept jumping from real conversations to email conversations to the girl having imaginary conversations with her favourite tv star.

    • I have to disagree !
      Although the book did have a slow start, I really like the fact that it featured both conversations and emails – although the conversations with the tv star were a bit annoying.

      [The remainder of this review has been removed by the administrator for giving away the ending!]

  2. This book was not really great at all I didt lke it sorry

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