Speeddating by the book bookworm

20-Feb-2020 03:44

Speed dating, for anyone not well versed in is an organized way to meet several singles of the opposite sex in one evening.The two sexes pair up facing each other and like a middle school dance, the boys line up on one side of the room, girls on the other.

If you bring Moby Dick to a party, you will certainly get a chance to slog through a few pages without interruption from anyone interesting.

“Of course,” she says, “the book was just a vehicle for starting conversation; among the guys that held my interest the most, I had the easiest time conversing with.

We didn't even get to talking about our books.” Of course, there were participants who were thrilled about the possibility of meeting someone who shared their love of books.

The story ends with unanswered questions about Holly and her new gentleman-like boyfriend and their fate, as well as the other girls and their newfound identities, leaving room for the next volume in the series. Sophomores Mads, Holly, and Lina are famous at their alternative high school for the Dating Game Web site, which they created for their Interpersonal Human Dynamics class.

This book reads much like the multitude of YA books with female protagonists who are searching for identity, defying authority, and looking for love in sometimes the wrong place or people. Students are flocking to the site to take the sex quiz and find the perfect date, and, of course, the site also helps the girls with their own love problems.

If you bring Moby Dick to a party, you will certainly get a chance to slog through a few pages without interruption from anyone interesting.

“Of course,” she says, “the book was just a vehicle for starting conversation; among the guys that held my interest the most, I had the easiest time conversing with.

We didn't even get to talking about our books.” Of course, there were participants who were thrilled about the possibility of meeting someone who shared their love of books.

The story ends with unanswered questions about Holly and her new gentleman-like boyfriend and their fate, as well as the other girls and their newfound identities, leaving room for the next volume in the series. Sophomores Mads, Holly, and Lina are famous at their alternative high school for the Dating Game Web site, which they created for their Interpersonal Human Dynamics class.

This book reads much like the multitude of YA books with female protagonists who are searching for identity, defying authority, and looking for love in sometimes the wrong place or people. Students are flocking to the site to take the sex quiz and find the perfect date, and, of course, the site also helps the girls with their own love problems.

It's not all bad though, the girls figure they can set themselves up with their crushes through the guise of having it be part of the matchmaking service they are offering.