Is He Or Isn't He?
In the glittering world of New York City's richest and most famous prep school, best friends Paige and Anthony become equally entranced by the enigmatic, ever-so-cute new guy Max, but in order to snag him, they must first use their charms and wit to discover the truth-is he or isn't he?
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 134.62 x 200.66 x 25.4mm | 249.47g
- 03 Jul 2006
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, United States
About John Hall
John Hall can still remember the first book he ever read. It was Harry The Dirty Dog. Since that day, he's always loved reading. When he was in fifth grade, he decided he was going to be a writer when he grew up and wrote his first novel, The Mystery of the Leopard's Eyes (unfortunately, it was never published and to this day, still sits in his desk drawer). But years later he did become a published author. John grew up in Brooklyn, with a younger brother and twenty-one cousins (yes, 21!), but now lives in New York City.
Our customer reviews
Paige and Anthony are two best friends who are both rather desperate to find boyfriends before they end up going with each other to their Senior Prom. When Max moves to New York and becomes a part of their social circle (made up of rich New York teenage children of famous people), they are both entranced. One of them has got to end up with this super-cute and charming guy. Who, though? It all comes down to answering one question: is he or isn\'t he? If he\'s gay, Anthony and he will certainly end up together. The same holds true of he and Paige if Max is straight. Right? It would be too simple to just ask, though, so Paige and Anthony come up with a number of entertaining schemes to figure it out, from buying new clothes to asking him to star in a movie as a gay character. The truth has got to come out sometime! IS HE OR ISN\'T HE? is a fun read, although predictable; from the first couple of chapters it will be pretty obvious how it\'s all going to turn out. It\'s still fun, though, and Paige and Anthony\'s schemes had me laughing out loud at points. The characters themselves, however, are a little flat. But if you\'re looking for a few hours of entertainment, you\'ll definitely enjoy this book!show moreby TeensReadToo