The Ugly Kids

Rated 4.86/5 based on 7 reviews
All Lily wanted was to be a normal high school student. Well, the most normal a six foot, three inch tall girl who was bigger and stronger than the average football player could be. And it really was wonderfully normal...until a Goblin fell in love with her. Now Lily is dodging Goblins, Ogres, and table cutlery in this amusing misadventure of awkward high school romance.
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About Renee Adams

Renée Adams lives in New Jersey with many pets who kindly share their home with her. Between dreams of one day becoming the local “crazy cat lady” and fantasies of ruling the world with an army of robots, she writes, draws, plays video games, and does martial arts.

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Review by: BraeVitae on Feb. 12, 2013 :
I love Lily in this story because she’s not afraid to be herself and make her own decisions. She’s tough, smart and resourceful. No matter how alone and freakish you may feel, there’s always somewhere where you will be loved, respected and appreciated for who you are.
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Review by: Debi Parm on Feb. 3, 2013 :
This is a fun short story about a very tall, very.....un-pretty school girl and a short, skinny, rubber-faced goblin. The goblin falls in love with the poor girl, who wants nothing to do with him.

I found the book very well written and can't wait for another installment. Please tell me there will be more stories!
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Review by: Norv on Feb. 13, 2012 :
Fun reading. The writer has my thanks for sharing it freely.
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Review by: Rachel Brown on Aug. 3, 2011 :
I loved it! The plot was solid, the characters great and the story was fun. I really enjoyed reading this book. Great job. Keep writing!!!
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Review by: gotmud on July 12, 2011 :
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Review by: Madison Keller on May 14, 2011 :
Wow, I was laughing SO HARD by the time I finished this! Its hard being the loner during high school, but this story takes that situation and runs with it!
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Review by: Mark Turton on May 4, 2011 :
If you read her unicorn short story, and then this one, I'm sure you'll see that Renee Adams has a talent for taking a real life condition and giving it a twist with creatures of myth and fairy tales. "Mommy, Where Do Baby Unicorns Come From?" invoked feelings of sadness, especially in this father of the three year old girl. "The Ugly Kids" on the other hand, had me laughing all the way. If you've ever felt like the odd kid out or ugly and awkward in those teen years, this lighthearted story will have you chuckling.
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