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Head Games: A PrettyTOUGH Novel Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 15 user ratings
ISBN:1595143874
LANGUAGE:English

" I like Stealing Bases better. Taylor is not a main character that I like although she is a sweet girl. She's a people-pleaser and I just can't stand her inability to speak her feeling out.And I don't know what happened to the publisher. I found so many gramatical and typo errors.However, this book is pretty entertaining. " said.

" finally finished!! i really love this serious it has every thing i lovein a book; sports, romance, and drama. matt and taylor got together Yay!!!! i was like finally! anyway awesome book totally reccomend it only negative comment i have is.... that in my copy (which probably means all the copies) there were a few places that had missing quotation marks that got me confused... " said.

" I also love this Pretty Tough series book! It contained one of my favorite sports. The book contained some unsuspected parts. I love how the book ended. I also loved how the main character tried to balance basketball practice, her family, friends, tutoring, a boyfriend, and homework all in a few hours. Also, how she never said no. But the finally she admitted she couldn't do it all. " said.

" Predictable. I knew what was going to happen from the very beginning. However, I loved Taylor, the main character. She had a lot of depth and was not the same girl I've read about in every YA novel. If only the plot was less standard! Still a good read, especially for any basketball players or tall girls. " said.

"I had my friend, Diane, who has been a coach, read this book for me because I'm not really into sports, but I wanted to know what I was putting on my classroom shelf. The story has lots of teen girl-drama, sports action, and clean romance. Score! She read this one in a couple of days and has already read a second in the series. Today I gave her another two, so it looks like this series is a winner. For anyone interested, the cover has changed along with the author of all the books in the series. The new listed author of the series is Nicole Leigh Shepherd.
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"This was a very cute, likable and enjoyable read. Taylor Thomas loves basketball and is great at it. It helps that she is 6 feet tall. Taylor's personality was very cute and sweet. She is the kind of girl that you can admire with how she is kind to everyone. Taylor has had a crush on Zach for a long time. Especially since he is the only student taller than her. When Zach starts showing in Taylor things begin to become topsy turvey in Taylors life.

The book probably deserved more than 3 stars but I just got annoyed with her not defending herself against Kylie especially when in the inquisition with the coach.
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"Head Games is the third installment in the Pretty Tough series. This series is a great young adult series because they are sporty books. But even more than that - they are sporty books with girls as the main characters, which is basically non-existant in young adult literature.

Head Games was another great installment into this series. The only thing that really bugged me about this one was that I felt I never really got to truly know the characters. I wish I had connected better with them.

Other than that, great writing, great style, and it's a nice fast-paced novel.

I hope there are more Pretty Tough installments that I'll be able to read!
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"The fact that the main character's name was "Taylor Thomas," bugged me because I kept thinking of Jonathan Taylor Thomas, the actor.

The only character who reappeared from the previous Pretty Tough books was Martie, the coach. However, Martie played a much smaller role than in the previous books.

I felt this book lacked originality and reminded me a lot of the book "Dairy Queen," since this Pretty Tough novel focused on basketball, just like in the Dairy Queen books. Other factors that were similar included the main character being very tall for a girl, her playing center for her basketball team, and having college scouts watching her play. Many of the supporting characters felt very materialistic to me, and were extremely dramatic.
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