Everybody loves KJ. Especially the geeks. See, KJ Miller is super nice, smart, pretty, the stage manager of her high school's spring musical . . . and a total geek magnet. She's like the geek pied piper of Washington High, drawing every socially clueless guy in a five-mile radius. If only Cameron, the hottest guy in school, would follow her around and worship her the way her entourage of dorks do. Enter Tama Gold, queen of the popular crowd, and solution to all of KJ's problems. KJ is too nice, and the nice girl never gets the guy. Tama's ready to help KJ get cruel, ditch the dorks, and win Cameron's heart. But is KJ?
- Paperback | 308 pages
- 138 x 206 x 24mm | 322.05g
- 14 May 2009
- New York, NY, United States
KJ is a lively, appealing protagonist. An enjoyable, touching read about self-discovery with a hopeful ending. -Booklist
About Kieran Scott
Kieran Scott was a non-blonde cheerleader in high school (though she experimented with Sun-In often and with psychedelic results). A graduate of Rutgers University, Kieran grew up in Montvale, New Jersey and now lives with her husband, Matt, in Westwood, just a few towns away. She is currently working hard on her next novel featuring Annisa.
Our customer reviews
A girl loved by geeks. How can you not love a character that is loved by people who secretly drive her insane? KJ Miller is a nice girl. She\'s nice to everyone. She doesn\'t have a mean bone in her body. Until she meets Tama Gold. And becomes friends with her. The popular girl. The girl who teaches her how to \"stand up\" for herself. Or, basically, more or less, teaches her how to be mean! KJ finally gets the chance to go out with her wildly popular crush and realizes something. But what exactly? Is Tama really her friend? And is her crush really her crush? GEEK MAGNET is definitely the 2008 summer must-read! I adored KJ right from the first page. There are serious issues in this book, but they are portrayed in the most fabulous way. Funny! A book everyone should read this summer! *Gold Star Award Winner!show moreby TeensReadToo