Alice, I think is a novel written by Susan Juby. The story is recounted through the journal entries of Alice, the main character. Alice was raised by parents who are hippies and all about expressing their feelings. When Alice reads the book The Hobbit, she decides that she is a hobbit.
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Shelves: fya I found myself with mixed feeling about Alice upon the completion of her story. While I did find the book humorous, and even laugh-out-loud funny at times, I felt unsatisfied at the end. I was waiting for the opinionated, outspoken Alice of her diary to push through to the real world and she never did. In addition, I felt the happenings with Goose boy at the end where haphazard, and not enjoyable, leaving me with a sour feeling about the book.
Basically I thought the book would pull itself I found myself with mixed feeling about Alice upon the completion of her story. Basically I thought the book would pull itself together for a strong ending that would quell my doubts but instead left me even more disappointed then I thought I would be.
I thought she was eccentric, different. But I digress. She turned out to be this bizarre and antagonizing girl until the end of the story wait, what story? Yes, I finally realized there is NO Story at all. The premise about going to school in a Hobbit-like costume and being taunted by your new classmates was quite an opening. She turned out to be this bizarre and antagonizing girl until the end of the story — wait, what story? I thought this was a coming-of-age kind of story. At least, there were parts where Alice proved to be quite funny and engaging though.
Oh well, I firmly believe Meg should stick to her Princess Diaries books.
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