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User Review  - montano - LibraryThing

Seriously, one of the funniest books I've ever read. I was doubled over in my eye doctor's waiting room cackling. Alice is a socially retarded homeschooled small town girl with big dreams of ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - margalo_streussal - LibraryThing

This is quite possibly the funniest book I have ever read. It is definitely the funniest teen novel I've read. Alice Macleod, a homeschooled teen living in Smithers, British Columbia, entertains from ... Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Laura Bøbakk - Goodreads

Absolutely loved it. Here's an article I wrote about Susan Juby from 2006: There are far too many earnest, serious people in the world. You know who you are. Fortunately for all of us, writer Susan ... Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Nifty - Goodreads

All-time favorite book. I love this more than I can say. Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Kathryn - Goodreads

This was a reread and it's still great! After I finished it my dad picked it up and he thought it was hilarious. Now that's the sign of a good YA novel. Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Kjerstin - Goodreads

So. Mindblowingly. Funny. Maybe I just loved this book so much because, like Alice, I was a homeschooled kid who attended weird conventions with other homeschooled kids who all had bizarre obsessions ... Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Lesley - Goodreads

Is it sad or scary that I related to Alice so well? There were so many instances where I thought "oh my god, I would probably have done the same thing" or "that's me to a tee". Well, I'll say this ... Read full review

Review: Alice, I Think (Alice MacLeod #1)

User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

Read for school. Subjects: Realism, Diaries, Coming of Age, Bullying, Homeschooling, Individuality, Canadian, Humour Alice has been home-schooled up to age 15 (with the exception of one very bad day ... Read full review


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