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    Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick (Hardback) By (author) Joe Schreiber

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    DescriptionFerris Bueller meets La Femme Nikita in this funny, action-packed young adult novel. It's prom night--and Perry just wants to stick to his own plan and finally play a muchanticipated gig with his band in the Big Apple. But when his mother makes him take Gobija Zaksauskas--their quiet, geeky Lithuanian exchange student--to the prom, he never expects that his ordinary high school guy life will soon turn on its head. Perry finds that Gobi is on a mission, and Perry has no other choice but to go along for a reckless ride through Manhattan's concrete grid with a trained assassin in Dad's red Jag. Infused with capers, car chases, heists, hits, henchmen, and even a bear fight, this story mixes romance, comedy, and tragedy in a true teen coming-of-age adventure--and it's not over until it's "au revoir."


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    Insane crashes, terrific shootings and oddities of characters3

    MissPageTurner AU REVOIR, CRAZY EUROPEAN CHICK displays a pretty crazy night in the life of Perry who just wanted to spend prom night on his own terms. But that's not the night Gobi, the exchange student who is living with his family, has planned. Soon Perry finds out that Gobi isn't who she pretented to be and things get out of control. This night is packed with explosions, wild chasings and personal damage. So much action!
    New York is the setting for the killing mission Gobi is on. Bright, colourful and busy New York. It's the most hectic - and also very fitting - city Joe Schreiber could have chosen for all the shootings and complots.
    But it's not only about the action. Each chapter starts with a sentence like this:

    What invention would the world be better off without, and why? (Kalamazoo College) ~ p. 95

    Perry is in the process of deciding which college he wants to go to. The struggles to find the right college are a major issue in AU REVOIR, CRAZY EUROPEAN CHICK, so it makes pretty much sense to include this college essay reference.The college questions are answered by a snippet out of Perry and Gobi's night together. I was always curious what the next chapter would bring. And it could only get more lunatic each time, I had no doubt about that.
    It was a fun part to imagine a modest exchange student from Lithuania transforming into that super sexy and lethal femme fatal. Her sly and very skilled undercover agent persona impressed me. But I found her a bit too maniacal and aggressive in following her goals to develop a stable connection to her character.
    Perry is the unfortunate victim of Gobi's hatred. He has to accompany her on her killing frenzy and be witness to every surreal moment of that night. It's probably the shock of his life, but also a chance for him to stand up for his wishes and become a more confident person.
    There was a kind of sexual tension between Perry and Gobi throughout the entire night spent together, in which they get to know the other person's true self. I would have liked a romance between these two, but there isn't exactly that much room with all the other things going on.
    Events and characters don't always appear very realistic, but if you are looking for some crazy action, this is your read!

    THE VERDICT

    AU REVOIR, CRAZY EUROPEAN CHICK- Insane crashes, terrific shootings and oddities of characters are the specialty of Joe Schreiber.

    Joe Schreiber's writing is easy to consume and entertaining as well. AU REVOIR, CRAZY EUROPEAN CHICK is a story of exceptional events. It misses the desired depth and European romance chic though. by MissPageTurner

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