Amir Abrams: The Girl of His Dreams



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Cease reading The story line was too juicy to put down so that was the saving grace to earn the fifth starA great addicting read overall Warning Language sexual innuendos and other situations I found this book ite interesting Before this I had never read anything that focused on young African Americans and how they think and act as this book does Of course there are times when both Antonio and Miesha don t act as if they are anything but self centered and somewhat vapid but I have seen this same attitudeaction in young people of all backgrounds and experiences act much the same way so I am not going to hold it against them or the author as one reviewer did This book is about young love Antonio is a Soldiers Pregnancy Protocol user of girls a love em and leave em guy But so is Miesha Of course when Antonio and Miesha are about to get together his jealous ex jumps in to try to ruin things leaving the two main characters to figure out what they and love are all about I think many teenagers would be able to relate to this story In particular I applaud the author for creating a novel in which young African Americans are the main players There are so few of them like this one where they are not getting into trouble or jail around and it helps to stimulate interest in reading to have a character you can easily relate to I also like the fact that the reader canse a lot of what they say and do in this situation to help them grow and mature I received this book from Library Thing to read and review Rating 2 12 starsI don t mind dialectic vernacular But this This was an extra heaping helping throughout And some Not sure if it was because Antonio Lopez who is Dominican and Black and Miesha Black are both teenagers who live in Jersey and attend a predominately Black school or what It got hella old fast and I am open mind when it comes to style and writing styles It took me a moment to get Behind the Throne (Morgan Crowe Trilogy, used to how the characters expressed themselves and what these of the word beat meant Seriously A dash of dialect here and there would have been cool but yo this and yo that at the end of every other sentence then spelling words to match the vernacular was too damn much This was overkill I was slain After a while it became excessive and distracting All of the characters talked alike The only distinction was the content of the conversation Overall the story idea about a popular high school jock playboy who meets his match is sheer trope There s even a psycho crazy OW and loads of drama in the mix streaming from endless girls who want him or have had himFor most of the book the two MCs don t cross paths When they finally do it is what you expect To give the author his due he kept me on string to find out what happened to Antonio s mother Why she left him behind Was his father telling the truth about her absence The relationship with his father is involved and rattled me I didn t approve of his dad s parenting or the advice he offered about women Miesha is amusing for the most part with her bratty sass and bitchy attitude that is over the top She has her woes at home and most of her acting out stems from it So this book is loaded with lots of tropes spilling like an oil slick everywhere Predictable slippery nclear at times and a writing hazard I can see the appeal it has to a young particularly Black crowd who se this dialect and slang vibe on all the fashions music and the setting It even has discussion estions in the back so there is an intent to have the girls read and talk about it afterwards Sadly for me I had no such desire Just proud I was able to finish reading a book that had such a jumble in the writing repetitive scenes of comedic drama and nonsense In some ways it was awfully stereotypical like a mish mosh of Love Hip Hop versus Black Ink I guess there is an audience for this because the author has other popular books and even plugs another author he co writes with by having Miesha reading one of her booksIt s not bad but would I read this again Nope It was an experience and som. L he moves on But McPherson High's hot new beauty is turning out to be Antonio's first real challengeMiesha Wilson has a motto of her own The thrill of the chase is not getting caught Game knows game and Miesha is so not interested She's dumped her share of playboys and she's determined to stay clear of the likes of Antonio

In my opinion this was a very good read It definitely became a book that was hard to put down which was why It didn t take me very long to finish There wasn t as much suspense as I had hoped but as I read I found myself continuously guessing about the decisions the character would make next so it wasn t very predictable like most romance novels I love how the book was written from different characters point of views It only made things better as I continued reading to know what the other character was thinking I think this book could be relate able to a specific group of people I think it adds when you can somewhat relate to what you are reading I think you become engaged so overall I loved this book I only wish it had ended a little differently The ending left you with a clear nderstanding of what happen but I still had so many A Mighty Big Wish uestions and thing I wanted to occur in the book It s actually mind blowing how the book The Girl Of His Dreams by Amir Abrams Is so relatable and accurate about what goes on in most teenagers lives Colossal drama starts in anrban high school in New Jersey Antonio Lopez aka Tone a six foot light skin puerto rican that is the My Mother, a Serial Killer ultimate player meets his match The start of senior year and everything is going well with all the girls he can dreams of even the girls he had nightmares about Antonio was the known playe I have read this author s other work and thought they were really good but this one missed the mark for me It was really boring and I found myself skipping the chapters in the end of the book I also thought this was a teen book but with the language in the book I would not be giving this book to a teen The girl of his dreams by amir abrams He crafts a beautiful love novel between a player and a bad girl A new girl from Brooklyn and she is turning heads in her new school in New Jersey Her mom forced her to move because her father has a bad cheating problem Meisha struggles to adapt in New Jersey and her main focus is getting back to Brooklyn Well that changes as she meets the most beautiful man slut Antonino and she falls in love The story shows both stories of how they meet and come together as one She turns a player into a loyal gentlemen But how does she do it She got a game of her own The hardships of Antonio s ex girlfriend makes commotion all through school More people hate as they get closer The closer antionio gets the less of a slut hell be But can she change the player honestly If a player is going to hand his playa cards in it has to be for the girl of his dreams and he could have a happy ever afterif nothing backfiresAntonio Lopez high school heartthrob issed to The Italians Stolen Bride using girls for one thing only sex He is proud of it and makes no apologies for the trail of broken hearts he leaves behind But when Miesha Wilson showsp to Macpherson High in her latest tight skirts high heels and pretty eyes he finds himself on the begging end of the stick which is a new one for himMiesha has her own problems but the Antonio pursues her the she gets weak for himI loved some things about the book and hated one major thingI loved the colorful language the teens se and the wild characters Each person is complex even Antonio s crazy ex I wanted her to be out of the picture then you have other students who are just nasty just pure nasty and somewho may remind of your own friends from the high school years But that s high school Both Antonio and Miesha are smart and I enjoyed how they still took school seriously even with all the drama surrounding relationships friendships and their broken familiesWhat I really don t like are author shout outs within a storyI ve read plenty of authors who does this I know who Ni Ni Simone is now her books are super popular amongst teen readers and that is cool But the main character Miesha mentions Ni Ni Simone twice in the book and I was like What is this It did not completely turn me off because hey it is flattery and it is common with a few authors I do read but it almost made me. The rules are simple Play or get played And never ever catch feelingsThat's the motto 17 year old heartthrob Antonio Lopez lives by Since his mother walked out Antonio's father has taught him everything he needs to know about women they can't be trusted and a real man has than one So once Antonio gets what he wants from a gir.

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Ething different from what I sually read I like new experiences and though it had some sweet moments and interesting truths I won t be revisiting of this author s work in the future I had really been looking forward to reading this book I got a free ARC and the original synopsis looked good I like YA but I have never read a YA book with a predominantly BlackAfrican American cast of characters I sin I ll make it short sweet and simple This book had all the potential in the world to be greatand it completely missed its mark From the excerpt on the back it seemed like a plot common enough to relate to The story is told with two character s points of view You ve got the playboy who gets whatever he wants whenever he wants because he s oh so sexy You ve got the new girl with all the right physical attributes and plenty of attitude who decides that she s not going to become the playboy s next statistic Yeah that sounds about right Stories like these never really get too old to be toldSo where does the problem lieThe author never actually tells this story Tikki Tikki Tembo until its too lateLiterally the meet cute with these characters does not happenntil the 204th page Am I serious Yes oh yes I am Well now you ve got to wonder what are these characters doing for the first 203 pages before they actually have a real interactionAbsolutely nothingThe author takes Bidding on Her Boss (The Hawke Brothers, us on this long redundant trip through Antonio Lopez s antics with girls that it becomes rather boring I don t mind takings through a couple of his escapades but there were so many being discussed that the repetitiveness became annoying I get it He gets around a lot But do I have to suffer every little detail of every different girl he s hooked Hoofd in de wolken (Puffin Island up with Dude You ve proved your point by the 70th page By page 150 I wondered if I would EVER get to the actual story that was SUPPOSED to be told Even the stalker became extremelynbelievableThen we have Miesha Smart beautiful confident and ghetto as hell She d heard about Antonio long before they met Too damn long if you ask me She has so many run ins with Antonio s stalker BEFORE she even communicates with him that I became annoyed to the point that I was shouting kick some ass already If she wasn t complaining about the stalker she was over exaggerating about how bad her life was hating her mothersometimes her father and missing friends that readers like s never really got the chance to know anyway Then she s hanging out with every guy in the school but the one who the story is supposed to be aboutThis little game goes on for literally 203 pages I know I ve said it about 3 times now but that is how long it took before the plot itself even formed 203 pages The book is only 340 something pages so could someone please explain to me why the author decided to ignore THE ACTUAL STORY altogether for the MAJORITY OF THE STORY Colossal mistakeHe suished the most important parts of the story for too short a period of time and then tried to get too emotional too fast and that s what makes this whole thing suck There was than enough time to get into the personal backgrounds and the author did not do that The conflict for me is this there was too much overcompensated drama and not nearly enough solutions explainedThis saddened me Even now I m so frustrated by this book that I can t even hit all of the flaws exactly how I need to I feel as if I m wasting time even giving this reviewAll I can say is every man for himself when it comes to this book If you think its great power to you If you think its bad I definitely feel you But if you want to read this book and have yet to get to it I rge you to approach with caution There really is no heartfelt depth to this and I really wish I could take back the free time I spent reading it Still I m glad I did read it At least I now know which writer to avoid Very light read and love the ending I HAULED THIS BOOK ON MY CHANNEL CHECK IT OUT Very good coming of age book Please check out the links below for my written and video review. Opez ntil his crazy jealous ex aggravates her But when she decides to play some games of her own Miesha and Antonio find themselves wondering if love is real after allHot and poppin' with drama and life lessons The world of teen lit has never seen anything like this before Ni Ni Simone author of No Boyz Allowed on Crazy Love.