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Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right (Finally) #2020

Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right (Finally) By Cath Crowley Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right Finally As Gracie begins Year she has only one thing on her mind and it s not school work It s not even Martin now that he s dumped her for the third time It s soccer a new season a new team a new lea
  • Title: Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right (Finally)
  • Author: Cath Crowley
  • ISBN: 9780330423939
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right (Finally) By Cath Crowley As Gracie begins Year 12, she has only one thing on her mind, and it s not school work It s not even Martin, now that he s dumped her for the third time It s soccer a new season, a new team, a new league This is the big time, the state trials, and Gracie can t wait Except there s one small problem She s no longer the biggest fish in the pond, and one of the other plaAs Gracie begins Year 12, she has only one thing on her mind, and it s not school work It s not even Martin, now that he s dumped her for the third time It s soccer a new season, a new team, a new league This is the big time, the state trials, and Gracie can t wait Except there s one small problem She s no longer the biggest fish in the pond, and one of the other players is the cousin of her arch enemy, Annabelle Orion Gracie wants to get it right this year, but everything seems to be going wrong she hardly has time to see her friends, Martin won t talk to her, and she s falling even further behind at school Gracie needs help both on and off the field, but when it shows up, it is not from the person she expected
    Gracie Faltrain Gets It Right (Finally) By Cath Crowley
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    About "Cath Crowley"

    1. Cath Crowley

      Author of Words in Deep Blue, A Little Wanting Song Chasing Charlie Duskin , Graffiti Moon and the Gracie series Take Three Girls, a collaboration with Simmone Howell and Fiona Wood, is out in September 2017.

    529 Comments

    1. Getting PWNED should officially be changed to getting CRWLEYED.10 minutes into this book, I texted Noelle, who is on the FIRST day of her vacation by the way, If _____ ends up with _____, I m going to lose my shit and give this ONE star It s no wonder I relate so well to notorious hothead Gracie Faltrain, right 200 pages of tears, smiles, laughs, and sighs of contentment later, consider my ass CRWLEYED Spirit author, I ll never doubt again My mental state after finishing this book can be summed [...]



    2. I loved this Even when I hated it Even when I cried so hard I couldn t see the words on the page Because it made me smile through sheets of tears It made me laugh right after it kicked me to the ground because it s real and life is hard and sometimes things don t work out how you want them to, but the doesn t mean that the ending you get is a bad one it just means that life is unpredictable and every cloud has a silver lining some people shine as bright as the sun but what if the person you need [...]


    3. Review of all three books The Life and Times of Gracie Faltrain , Gracie Faltrain Takes Control and Gracie Faltrain Gets it Right.World, meet Gracie Faltrain She s in year 10, is her school s soccer superstar and the renegade girl who plays on the boy s team Gracie is a phenomenal player, because when she s on the field she grows wings and never misses a goal But she plays for herself She doesn t pass or share the glory when Gracie Faltrain plays, she plays to win, and nobody better get in her w [...]


    4. Nov 2017 I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCHOct 2013 I really really enjoyed this series This book especially made me laugh Off to buy my own copies now.


    5. This the final book in the Gracie trilogy and the best Gracie, Jane and Alyce are back for their final year of school Jane is back from England, Alyce is going out with Brett Mason and Gracie, well Gracie has a lot going on Told from each of the girls P.O.V throughout the novel we get to see how each girl is coping with their own problems.Gracie is failing school At least she has soccer, Jane and Alyce But this year Gracie is getting help from those who you d least expect Kally and Dan Woodbury [...]


    6. I was so glad this third book went back to the same format as the first It makes for such fun reading I know it s just typical of the genre, but as amusing as all the relationship drama was, I was just over how incredibly straight it all was as well Just felt too generic at times, but oh well that s probably just me.Also I still can t forgive Annabelle for the lie about the swings Sure Gracie may have been a bitch to her in grade six, but Annabelle s been holding onto that lie about being pushed [...]


    7. While again a shift from the previous two books in the series, this final installment brought back a lot of what I loved in book one The multiple POVs and quirky handling of them really helped keep the book from becoming tedious, as once again Crowley gave the reader an external view of main character, Gracie.However, I think it might be a stretch to say that Gracie was the main character of this novel at all Because when the book switches to other characters perspectives, instead of them talkin [...]


    8. We could say that in this last instalment, we finally see a grown up and matured Gracie Her past mistakes have taught her something, and she is still her old exuberant self, but has learnt to respect others for what they are, and stopped trying to make them into what she thinks they should be Now her best friend Jane is back from England, she has been chosen to play in the state trials an all girls team this time and former enemy Dan Woodbury might turn into than a friend But Martin does not ta [...]


    9. I loved this so much I can t really review what I NEED to talk about seriously, email me if you read this without major spoilage so all I will say is this Behold the power of Cath Crowley she pulls off things in this book that I didn t think were POSSIBLE You will say Nooooo If she goes there, I will never forgive her I will HATE IT and then she goes there and you give it 5 stars So impressive SO awesome My favorite of the series and perfect resolution to Gracie s misadventures.


    10. Cath Crowley has such a natural way with language and could write about absolutely anything Her characters are so realistic and full of flaws and quirks and all the elements that set real people apart from literary figures Gracie Faltrain is absolutely no exception There is no heightened drama or serious political issues, just a wonderfully written and totally enjoyable story of a girl trying to get through high school in one piece And I think we can all relate to that


    11. I loved Graffiti Moon by the same author, so of course I went to read This is a sequel, and unfortunately it didn t stand alone too well I may have liked it if I could keep the characters in my head about three or four girls all with at least one love interest I didn t feel the connections, and that s probably because they started in book one Three stars because she writes very well


    12. I did a GracieFaltrainReadalong with my lovely bookish friends Rachel and Amanda Thank you, thank you, thank you You ve made my reread of the best YA series ever an even wonderful experience than I could have imagined More people need to read this series MORE


    13. Ah I both loved and hated this I cried my eyes out, but ultimately I loved it I didn t expect it to turn out the way it did and while that s not what I originally wanted to happen, it s what made it so great Would definitely recommend, but read the first two first.




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