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We’re led to believe that Jessica Darling is only journaling on her school mccaffertty Maybe this is how growing up really is. I get that it’s a journal, but good god, aren’t you ever happy without Marcus? Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. Their relationship is a cornerstone of the series, and my oh my, in this book, it becomes even more deliciously complex. Just the fact that Marcus and Hope remain so important to Jessica while simultaneously being the people most apart from her continues to be such a realistic theme in this series.

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What happened to this awesome series? Instead, it is a deeper, more introspective look at Jessica’s own college experience – her struggles to find a job, her stress at discovering her major isn’t what she thought it would be, her ever-changing relationship with the elusive Marcus Flutie, and most of all, the crazy experiences she undertakes in trying to find herself.

It’s free and yours to keep. Columbia is certainly a far cry from life in Pineville, New Jersey — and what we have on our hands now is an older, more jaded heroine. Nov 16, Daniella rated it really liked it. Her hyperaware, overdescriptive style will be appreciated by any young neurotic. It was written and set over 10 years ago. Spanish grad student she s assisting on a summer project. But while Marcus is difficult to understand sometimes, he really loves Jessica and his witticisms keep the relationship interesting.


So, she cheated on you. And what do the cryptic one-word postcards from Marcus really mean?

She was young, scared and confused with her feelings so she made a mistake. As Jessica leaves high school behind or does she?

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It was a roller coaster of emotions, from the beginning to the end. The Best Laid Plans.

Because I don’t see the point. The only thing that saves you from a one star rating? This book disappointed me. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.

Maybe it’s just me but after Sloppy Firsts and Second Helpings I was pretty disappointed by this book. Not charming, unfortunately, just quite pointless. But she loves Marcus and the chrmed works for her. Not that Charmed Thirds isn’t fun to read, because like I said, Jessica is still witty and hilarious and her encounters with her Pineville people were also fun and cringe-worthy at times.

Jessica is such an overthinker that I couldn’t really keep up with her. I guess it’s save to say that I do start to love this series. Lovers of Marchetta and Lockhart. You mock people, they way they live, and the decisions they make Books by Megan McCafferty.

Book review: ‘Charmed Thirds’ by Megan McCafferty

But I’m just so annoyed by her. Don’t get me wrong: Not only is its format slightly different in that Jessica journals only rarely, skipping months altogether, but also in that this novel expanses an entire four years of Jessica’s thifds life.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. More By and About This Author. Her and Marcus go to school across the country from one another. Dec 24, Bookaholic reads every mortal thing rated it liked it Shelves: We’ll Always Have Summer. And honestly, it’s not really something that I want. As the books go on, we get a much better look at their lives and their problems.

Though I didn’t devour this book like the others I’ve read in this series, I did enjoy it. Most likely, I will crack because it drives me crazy to not know what happens. Feb 16, Polina rated it liked it Shelves: You still managed to entertain me at times. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Read it Forward Read it first. I also had a hard time with reading Marcus and Jessica’s seemingly non-relationship.

Dec 21, Michelle rated it it was ok Shelves: She claims she’s super smart and sophisticated but she makes such a futile choices that I wanted to kill her most of the time. It was like we are soul mates and we belong together but we didn’t make up earlier because the book would have ended.