Out of My Depth

Everyone is giving Electra the third degree Freak Boy s dad wants to know if his son is being bullied, while Sorrel wants to know why Lucy has changed from Princess of Cool to Stroppy Cow Even Electra s dad is cross examining her about her mom s love life over garlic bread and pepperoni pizza And despite being under pressure, all Electra can think is how far can you getEveryone is giving Electra the third degree Freak Boy s dad wants to know if his son is being bullied, while Sorrel wants to know why Lucy has changed from Princess of Cool to Stroppy Cow Even Electra s dad is cross examining her about her mom s love life over garlic bread and pepperoni pizza And despite being under pressure, all Electra can think is how far can you get a piece of melted cheese to stretch without it breaking
Out of My Depth Everyone is giving Electra the third degree Freak Boy s dad wants to know if his son is being bullied while Sorrel wants to know why Lucy has changed from Princess of Cool to Stroppy Cow Even Electra

  • Title: Out of My Depth
  • Author: Helen Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780340950296
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Out of My Depth”

    1. I read these books out of order because I'm an idiot, but I actually still enjoyed this one a lot, because I only knew vaguely beforehand what would go on in it. I think this one is actually more emotional than book three, with more issues due to Electra's parents' recent split and some serious stuff with Luce as well.

    2. Not the best book I've ever read but it is still pretty good.It is basically about a girl whose parents are divorced (well not divorced cause they are still techically married but not living together anymore) because her dad had an a affair with a woman named Candy A.K.A The Troll and so her mum kicks him out and he goes and lives with Candy.Then her mum gets a really good 'friend', but then her dad dumps Candy and says he wants to come home.Then the girl foes on a mission to get her parents bac [...]

    3. This book series is so funny! Being a fourteen year old girl I can't say I can relate however my younger self can. I recommend these books for younger teenagers who want a good laugh. The books not hard to read so I think it's intended for a younger audience however I thoroughly enjoyed book 2 of this series.

    4. A light hearted read that delves into some serious issues and the complicated problems surrounding surviving high school. This is a great read for both adults and teenagers alike.

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