This books was fun and easy to read. I liked it because I just got a cell phone and my parents monitor it closely. Reading this book was a good reminder that you can use technology for good things and bad things. Also, the ""likes"" you get don't mean anything if you don't have real friends. Those mean everything!
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I like this book because it is relatable. Like some of the other reviews said, it is a little bit stereotypical, but on the whole a nice easy book to read. It’s message is not the most believable. However, it is a book that is definitely easy to like and appeals to many people.
This book was so bad. I was totally lost when I was reading it. DO NOT CHOOSE THIS BOOK!!!
Karma Cooper, famous Snappypic user, loves her phone, Floyd. Unless Floyd is with her, Karma will not go without him, until a great search happens. Karma loves chatting away-and just when she posts a photo that gets her likes increased, by cool kids, her phone gets taken! Karma feels cut off-what will she do without her phone? What will she do without all those likes? Karma, queen of likes, has to live her days fully unplugged. Karma needs Floyd back to get more likes and become popular-but Karma's chances keep getting further and further from getting Floyd again! Will Karma ever learn how to live without Floyd? Or will she need Floyd. Now more than ever.
I love this book it’s so hood for people in middle school too
Got lost in the book a few times, but overall it was pretty good.