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You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Buy the eBook Price: Available in Russia Shop from Russia to buy this item. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! There aren't sex scenes or something like that, but Suzie is definitely dreaming with them, so maybe it isn't your book if you don't feel comfortable with teens thinking about sex. Overall, it's a great book, and I enjoyed it a lot. It has this chick-lit feeling, and the end wasn't at all what I was expecting!
Definitely going to be attentive for the next book in this series. Aug 23, Misha Mathew rated it really liked it. The Intern is a first in the series , each of which will deal with the Seven deadly sins. This book involves the sin of "Lust". Suzie Quinn, along with her childhood friend ,Chester, are interning, at the world class city of Roxette. They both belong to the Nova Academy, which is one of the finest school in the country. Suzie, is the "girl next door" sorts, the "good girl", who listens to her parents and works hard at school. She knows how much she is missing out on, she doesn't have a life.
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She doesn't even have a proper social life. Suzie is still waiting for her "big adventure", for her life to actually begin. Excitement arrives in the form of a gorgeus dance instructor, Jo. Zee, when she joins a Hip-Hop dance class. The Intern was an enjoyable book. It was humorous and lots of fun! Suzie was such a believable character. Any teenage girl could relate to her. She dreams about her knight-in-shining-armor who will come and sweep her off her feet, who will really show her how to "live.
In Roxette , away from home, Suzie feels free for the first time,from the endless monotony of her life as "the good girl. Josh is different from her in so many ways. His life is so much more exciting , something which draws her to him even more. This is something so believable!
Life can be such a drag sometimes and somewhere we all yearn to take a risk , no matter how dangerous. After all life wouldn't be half as fun without risks! Despite the "lust" she feels for Josh, there is a certain innocence about Suzie, which I can't help but like. Every character was well-developed. I especially liked Chester. What I liked best about the book was the description of the dancing. I love how Jess describes dance moves. They have been so vividly described that it was as good as watching a movie. I have probably watched every dance-related movie, but never read a book about it till now.
Hip-Hop is such an energetic and fun dance form and The Intern has the same energy to it. Compelling and a fun reading! To all YA fiction readers and dance lovers. Oct 12, Miss Page Turner rated it it was ok Shelves: We join Suzie Q and her friend Chester on the way to their new internship and are introduced to their story as if we were old friends. I liked the idea of centering the story around an internship.
I considered the combination of an internship at a museum and the first sin: But it was this unusualness which got me even more interested. After successfully establishing a connection to protagonist and setting, the story went a different way. We meet the dance instructor Jo.
Ze We join Suzie Q and her friend Chester on the way to their new internship and are introduced to their story as if we were old friends. Zee and Suzie starts spending almost her whole free time with him, his crew and the idea of making a Dance DVD. The description of dance moves was very detailed, so that I could imagine their performances vividly. In the end I have to rate The Intern with 2 of 5 stars, because I am really no fan of dancing and the story focused more on dancing than working as in intern.
What surprised me about this novel was its ending, it was unforeseeable and a sensation of unexpected turns, rash actions and hilarious statements. So before I started reading a chapter, I listened to the song and got a feeling for the course of the story even before it really continued. Nice song collection, I really enjoyed it!
I want to conclude with my favourite quote, which is a well known one, just a bit adjusted to the world and concerns of women: Fancy dance fans will enjoy this novel! I've been assigned to read this, review it, and interview the author for The Broke and the Bookish.
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I wasn't a fan, really. For this reason, there will be no interview with the author, but a review will be posted soon. So I just finished 1: I've got extremely mixed feelings about it.
While I liked the idea, the execution was poor. The grammar was bad, the editing I've been assigned to read this, review it, and interview the author for The Broke and the Bookish. The grammar was bad, the editing needed to be more precise, and the style bothered me. I found a ton of typos It was written in first person, which takes talent that this author does not really have The details were too specific, especially regarding feelings.
Nothing was left to the imagination. Jess spelled out every single emotion so you couldn't put yourself in the character's place. There's a lot of long descriptions of dance routines, which were so hard to follow. I could never picture in my mind the dance that the character s were doing. Maybe that's not a big deal, but there's a lot of it and I would have skimmed over those more if I were not planning to review this book.
Now, I really liked the story And I did find myself reading further to see what happened next. However, I found myself being confused by critical story elements, which is not normal for me. I don't get confused by what I read Not to sound pretentious, but I'm a reading teacher, so my comprehension was not the problem. It was the writing. I had to read entire passages a second time to try and figure out what was going on. I liked the story, but the grammar and writing was sub-par, and I worry that a raving review would shatter my credibility if someone went out and bought it as a result.
It all boils down to two things: I did not get the feeling that this was written by a professional. Aug 23, Kai rated it really liked it Shelves: I've been a Kpop fan almost half of my life and I am so glad I have read a book with Korean influence all over. It's the first I've come across, and it's really really good. What made this a very enjoyable read for me, is how much I can relate to it. As a huge fan of Korean pop music, the references to a lot of Korean artists made me really proud, as this is the first book that had mentioned a lot of the most talented and most loved Korean artists I know.
And it wasn't just mentioned in passing, I've been a Kpop fan almost half of my life and I am so glad I have read a book with Korean influence all over. And it wasn't just mentioned in passing, it was an important part of the story, as Jo. Zee, the instructor being half-Eurasian and half Korean, draws out most of his influences on them. I do think that the Korean pop audience would like to read this book as well, knowing how much they'll be able to relate to its characters some of which are Asians.
The story reminds me a bit of Step Up! The concept of writing about Lust is very interesting in my opinion. A friend of mine was asking if this book would have parts about sex, but it surprised me how it was delivered in a way that there was no need to write an actual, blatant, sex scene and yet you'll eventually understand what "Lust" is in this book. One of my concerns when using foreign phrases in a book is that authors tend to use them and expecting the readers to get the meaning without having to explain it.
I had to admit its also one of my concerns seeing that there are parts where Korean, Spanish and French phrases were used, but Jess not only managed to explain their meaning, the phrases added a tinge of uniqueness to the book and was able to integrate it well in the conversations without confusing the readers. Also, I am very much fascinated with the way Jess was able to write the dance scenes.
It was filled with such detail you'd imagine it easily as if you were watching it happen right before your eyes. Dancing is a very energetic and lively endeavor and I'm glad the book had the same energetic and lively feeling to it. Sep 10, Brenda rated it it was amazing. The Intern is the first book in the seven deadly sins series and the first time that I have had the opportunity to read anything written by Jess C.
Scott, and now I am totally hooked and can't wait for the next book in this series. With a style that is light, witty and charming and characters that are so real to life and descriptions of dance moves that are so vivid, you find yourself drawn into the world of Suzie and Chester. Suzie and Chester attend Nova Academy one of the most prestigious high The Intern is the first book in the seven deadly sins series and the first time that I have had the opportunity to read anything written by Jess C. Suzie and Chester attend Nova Academy one of the most prestigious high schools in the country, so its no surprise that they are chosen for an internship at a museum.
They will get to spend two weeks in a nice hotel where there is a dance studio that teaches hip hop dance. Suzie quickly decides to sign up for a class because she has always loved to dance, she is always learning new dance moves by watching dance clips from you tube. After the first lesson she is approached by the instructor, Jo.
Zee with an offer to be in his new exercise video. She is totally in lust from the first minute that she meets Jo. Zee and quickly agrees. Suzie soon gets caught up in the attention from Jo. Zee and begins to think she may really have a chance with him, and along the way sort of starts ignoring her friend Chester. Soon Suzie is put to the test and must decide if she will let lust over rule what she knows is right. This book had an ending that I would have never guessed and I loved it! This book will give an up close look at how a young girl can get caught up in lusting and fantasizing about the opposite sex, but it is done very tastefully and really makes Suzie seem very real.
I loved Chester's character and wish that every teen girl had a Chester in their life! This book is geared toward young adults but I enjoyed it and I am way past the young adult age. I definitely plan on reading more of Ms. Scott's work and will be watching for the next one in this series! Sep 07, Lindsay Paige rated it liked it Shelves: I really liked this book. I liked it more than I thought I would. Suzie is someone that anyone can relate to.
You go to a new place and new someone who seems so good and you just fall. With Suzie, you seem to fall in love with Jo. Zee but unlike her, I was suspicious of him. He did seem too good to be true and he used all of his abilities to enforce how he seemed so good. Suzie seemed caught up with Jo. Zee's looks all the time.
And it did get annoying at times, but I can definitely see where she' I really liked this book.
And it did get annoying at times, but I can definitely see where she's coming from. I mean, who hasn't gotten caught up in a great looking guy or girl at one point or another? I liked being able to relate with Suzie.