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Unrequited Seventeen year old Kat Hartland loathes Unrequited the world s biggest boy band Is she the only girl in Sydney who can t be bothered with perfect looking Angus Marsden Give her Seconds of Summer No

  • Title: Unrequited
  • Author: Emma Grey
  • ISBN: 9781483529592
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen year old Kat Hartland loathes Unrequited, the world s biggest boy band Is she the only girl in Sydney who can t be bothered with perfect looking Angus Marsden Give her 5 Seconds of Summer Now.Or maybe the seriously hot med student who rescued her on a train and who could be Douglas Booth s twin Perfect formal partner, much But when Kat comes face to face withSeventeen year old Kat Hartland loathes Unrequited, the world s biggest boy band Is she the only girl in Sydney who can t be bothered with perfect looking Angus Marsden Give her 5 Seconds of Summer Now.Or maybe the seriously hot med student who rescued her on a train and who could be Douglas Booth s twin Perfect formal partner, much But when Kat comes face to face with Angus Marsden himself, things start to get complicated Very Throw in a deranged female popstar, final exams, a part in the musical and a mum who just doesn t get it and where is her best friend When did life get so crazy Kat s just an ordinary schoolgirl.Isn t she

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      • Emma Grey

        Emma Grey has two teenage girls, a six year old boy, a couple of businesses and another teen novel in the pipeline Her first book, Wits End Before Breakfast Confessions of a Working Mum was published in 2005.


    1. Emma Grey's UNREQUITED: GIRL MEETS BOY BAND is a funny and fabulous YA romance with just enough fantasy to make it downright addictive. Kat Hartland is seventeen when her mum strong-arms her into taking her two twelve-year-old twin sisters to a concert - Annie and Jess are crazy fan girls who can't get enough of super-popular boy band Unrequited (and especially lead singer Angus Marsden), but Kat is horrified at the thought of sitting through two hours of music she considers totally processed an [...]

    2. My two teenaged daughters are going to LOVE this book. I read it first (buyer's prerogative) and stayed up way past my bedtime to find out how it ends. This is a great tale, told at a cracking pace but still managing to include all the essential (juicy, tantalising, unexpected) story-telling elements. The main character, Kat, is going to appeal to my jazz-singing, guitar-playing older daughter, while Angus, the lead singer of the boy band, is going to capture my One Direction-adoring, Harry Styl [...]

    3. Im not really a fangirl, but I used to fangirl to the boy band called “Westlife” lol. So just imagine your boy band crush picked you out of million girls in a concert and broadcast it over tweeter? hahah sounds dreamy right. This book is not really about a fangirl, its actually the opposite of fangirling. Kat hates the boy band “unrequited”, but her sisters are such fangirls and they are going to one of the bands concert in Australia. Kat was asked by her mum to her twin sisters to the c [...]

    4. Who wouldn't secretly wish this storyline would happen to them? I loved it. Tears and goosebumps at the end!

    5. Oh dear I do remember saying I hate books about "girl meets n falls for boy in boyband" but then someone recommended this. And it was actually great! I loved all the layers n the humour. Well done Emily whoever you are and thank you for shattering my clearly fickle belief that all music boyband books should be avoided.

    6. The first thought running through my head after finishing this book was how simple but cute the story was. It's cute not in a melt-you-into-a-gooey-puddle way but in an aww-who-can-resist-a-dream-come-true way. I was looking for a quick and fun read with Unrequited and that's exactly what I got. I do have to warn you that the story's not very realistic so for readers who are looking for a story that's believable, you might be disappointed.Kat’s life was basically a fairy tale come true except [...]

    7. One of my favourite all-time stories is the tale of Cinderella , when the guy meets the girl and when midnight strikes the girl disappears and all the guy is left with is a piece of her clothing or accessories. He does not know her name , but he knows that he has to have her and will do anything to find her. In Unrequited , Kat has to take her two younger twin sisters to the "Unrequited" Concert , so when they board the train with all the other wannabes and concert fans. Kat can't help but think [...]

    8. I have to admit, I thought I knew what this this book was going to be like and how I'd feel about it. After all, it's a novel for teenaged girls, so it's going to be a pretty generic teen romance, right? Wrong. I was surprised by how quickly I got pulled into the plot, and how much I liked (or in one case, wanted to punch) the characters. I'm a 40 something woman who has never been on either end of a tweet and didn't know until last week that 5 Seconds of Summer is an actual band. For the first [...]

    9. When reading the summary I was questionable whether it was going to be a flop or not. This is such a cute story, and because of that I had to give it an A. I am aware that this is not a remarkable, world changing novel, however it is everything you want in a YA novel. It’s a very quick read, and the author does a great job of capturing the mind of a teenage girl, and made me very reminiscent of my high school days.First of all, the characters are written perfectly in this book, and Kat is the [...]

    10. I didn't hate this story, but I didn't love it either. There were quite a few things that made me eye roll. For one, everything played out way too conveniently. All the meetings, how the characters fell into each other's laps, it was all so unbelievable.I also feel like the Sarah-Joel story was unneeded, as well as the Cassidy one. I think the story would have been stronger if it focused on Kat's and Angus' back stories and them coming together.All the characters felt immature for me. Especially [...]

    11. I received this book for free from Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review.This book targets the YA readers and is a perfect story for girls within that age group. Honestly, I am 21 and fell in love with the story! Even though the situation is one that is completely unbelievable, the point of reading is to allow yourself to be drawn in to a world where the unbelievable can be believed. This book definitely accomplished that! All in all, the characters were fun and easy to relate to, the st [...]

    12. This book was very enjoyable, even for an old girl like me. I work in a high school library, and this book looked like something the kids here might enjoy. I read it first, and even though I am a long way from when I was a 'fangirl' (think Beatles, Rolling Stones era)I found the idea of teenagers meeting and performing with their idols quite exciting. The characters were believable, and positive role-models. No sex, no drugs, and a little bit of Rock 'n Roll. A light easy read, and a happy endin [...]

    13. OMG it's been hours and I'm still processing the ending and Fangirling I will write a longer review but it will have to wait until tomorrow :) It is a bit unbelievable and a fairy tale but that's the fun of it isn't it?

    14. Really enjoyed this book - where was it when I was a teen???Laughed out loud at some of Kat's inner dialogue "a girl can't survive on a mega flat white alone" and "the jacket acts like a force field and repels all negativity" were 2 of my favourites.Thanks for a great read Emma!

    15. A wonderful read. Beautifully written teen romance. It's smart, funny and hard to put down. It's great to find a teen romance with a smart heroine in it. I am sick of reading about dumb teenagers. This is great, get the teenager in your life to read it.

    16. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.Great, relatable characters and amazing storyline make this a highly addictive read. I was engrossed from the first page to the last. This is marked as a Teen/YA book, but even us more seasoned readers can enjoy this.

    17. I found myself connecting with kat a lot i am not finished with the book yet but i am loving it and laughing too

    18. This is a sweet, hot, funny, super cool YA read. A feisty heroine, two hot boys, big dreams - and final exams. It's a wild ride, EXACTLY the kind of perfect daydream my teenaged self obsessed over.

    19. Blog Tour Post: The Shadow Realm4.5/5Oh this book. I simply adored it! I'll admit that I initially wanted to read it because of the mention of 5SOS in the blurb :P Thankfully I loved everything about this book, and not the just 5SOS mentions.Told in multiple POVs, Unrequited is, as you can guess, the story of unrequited love. But it is so much more than that. It is about listening to your heart and following your dreams. The book sort of reminded me of those films Valentines Day and New Years Ev [...]

    20. I absolutely loved this story. By chapter 2 I was hooked on Kat's story. I read (or should I say consumed) this book in a record 2 days. I looked for excuses to be able to pick the book up again and see where Kat's story would lead to next. I just couldn't believe some of the crazy situations she found herself in, and also wondering who would be her one true love. Often caught up in the story and faced with another hiccup in Kat's worldI found myself thinking no WAAYYYY this cant be where this r [...]

    21. I loved. loved, loved, this book!! I'm sad that this is a stand alone book, & that there isn't going to be anymore of Kat's story because I would sure love to experience/share her journey to fame, & through Love. I had to go back & read the ending twice, & as much as I would love to read the whole book over again right away, I have commitments to other author's that I must keep first. Don't get me wrong, the ending was great, & can hold the book as a standalone, & yet, it [...]

    22. I'm going to be honest, I wanted to read this book for the simple fact that 5SOS was mentioned in the blurb. . .I mean, is there a better reason to read a book? :PAnyway, when I started I couldn't put it down.Writing? = brilliant. Usually I can find issues with spelling or grammar but I think I could only find one and if there was more then the story was obviously good enough to distract me from itI loved that it was in third person and told from multiple points-of-view. It's been so long since [...]

    23. This is great fun. A fast-paced love triangle/quadrilateral/double-overlapping triangle?? featuring a heap of well-drawn characters I (surprising myself) found easy to care for. The author writes very well for the genre and along with all the fun there are a heap of emotional highs and lows running through the short, punchy chapters. The shifting point-of-view is also deftly handled (no mean feat) and I think that went a long way to build my empathy with each character. In the end, I wanted Kat [...]

    24. I read the three free chapters on the Unrequited website and was immediately hooked! I waited impatiently for my copy to arrive in the mail, then devoured it in a day. The book was dreamy fun from start to finish, with a very clever plot and authentic characters. I especially loved Kat with her spunk, talent and ambition. I found myself laughing and smiling, and admit to some tears. I’ve recommended Unrequited to friends and family of all ages, and will be sure to re-read it when I need a ‘f [...]

    25. This book, my goodness. I really enjoyed it. It's witty, it's not completely impossible. The characters are believable, funny and don't make me want to tear my hair out because they're vain, well except that main evil one, but she's meant to do that!It takes your boy band and throws it in a whole new direction. There's a good dose of villainy and real life is still hanging out in the form of, wait, this is the end of year 12. So if you like boy bands, music, reading, musicals, love stories or ju [...]

    26. I loved this book! Its an easy to read book that I just flicked through as I HAD to know what was going to happen. Not only is the storyline engaging, Emma Grey is obviously a talented and professional writer. You can check out my review hercanberra/index.pAnd my interview with Emma Grey herehercanberra/index.p

    27. *I have won this book from First Reads*I am just waiting for the book to arrive so I can read it then review it.

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