Miss Calculation

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Freshman Jane Grey is sure she is starting off her high school career on the right foot - that is, until a boy makes fun of her shoes. Things go from bad to worse when she steps on the toes of the class bully. How's a math genius going to solve this problem?

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About Sue Seabury

Sue enjoys exotic travel, good food, and excellent conversation. She relives these as often as possible through her stories.

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Review by: J. Judkins on July 17, 2014 :
An interesting first book in a trilogy. Jane is someone who sees the injustices of high school and tries to do something about it, sometimes even successfully. Well written and holds your attention.
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Review by: Angela Castillo on April 20, 2014 :
Fun and fast-paced story and very well written. I enjoyed the impossible equations the math-loving main character invents for herself. Very relatable and fun, and the eighties references are great. I laughed out loud in several parts of this book. Highly reccomended.
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Review by: Maryellen Hovest on March 1, 2013 : (no rating)
Good read! The writing's funny, intelligent and witty! Looking forward to the next book!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Review by: Dennis Foxon on Dec. 23, 2012 :
It is great to read a book in which the heroine is a loveable maths nerd and also funny. Outside of the world of maths she gets almost everything wrong but still manages to scrape through to a happy conclusion.
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Review by: Jennifer Staib on Dec. 14, 2012 : (no rating)
I thought this book was a very enjoyable read. It really captures the awkward first days of high school that many of us endured growing up! Jane is a great young protagonist and is smart and funny and lovable. Can't wait to see what her next years have in store for us!
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