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  1. says:

    Kat picks up bookWhat the hell is wrong with the cover What were they THINKINGTwenty pages inI'm reading a book about a dumb hick milking cows Great What the hell was Tatiana thinking recommending me this bookFifty pages inHmmm it's kind of int

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    After being burned MANY times by crap YA books I made a decision to only read those that at some point earned critical recognition if I judged books by GR reviewer's ratings I suspect I would have to work my way through nonsense like Hush Hush Ever and The Luxe and I am not sure I am up for it any Dairy ueen made it to ALA's list o

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    A very cute story about a 15 turning 16 year old girl named DJ who has only ever known life in her dad’s farm She’s responsible does what everyone expects of her obedient and hardworking Not much different from the cows she milks every day “And that’s what put me to sleep Thinking about cows or elephant poops” LMAOOne day she decides she doesn’t want to be a cow any and I mean this in a completely metaphoric

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    When I finally found a spare two minutes to sit down and start reading this book I suddenly ended up drawn in for a couple of hours discovering that Dairy ueen is just as ridiculously funny silly and heartwarming as everyone had told me it was And strangely inspirational too I love anyone who dares to break the mold especially yo

  5. says:

    I like seeing girls play sports in books but this was really dull and maddening The way the heroine was exploited made me sick to my stomach It probably gets better but it was too repetitive and frustrating for me to finish

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    That's one advantage to not talking After a while people stop talking back I swear I swear to youI am not a snob Really Swear But come onlook at this cover It's a cow In a tiara With a blue sky in the background and named a

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    Dairy ueen has got to be the best book hidden behind the worst covertitle ever This isn’t a book I would have given a second glance at if it weren’t for so many Goodreads friends raving over it Even looking past the cover the synopsis here doesn’t sound great One special summer in which our young protagonist DJ Schwenk spends time wi

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    Back in the good old days when Net Galley was a bountiful god instead of the clutch fisted miser it is becoming I used to go wild reuesting every galley I could find One of the books I reuested was a novel about a girl who plays baseball on a boy's team I never did read than fifty pages of that one it was pretty dry but it did make me a little apprehensive about reading sports related stories Which is weird b

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    I never thought I’d have fun reading about a belching contest of all things but that’s exactly what happened Murdock’s Dairy u

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    I debated for a long time whether I wanted to put this one in my five star section because I didn't think the ending was as strong as I thought it could have been But ultimately the insanely true voice by turns very funny and very touching and nice working of common themes through the book saying this is a realistic YA novel about

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Dairy ueen

All people But D J can’t help admitting maybe he’s rig I never thought I d have fun reading about a belching contest of all things but that s exactly what happened Murdock s Dairy ueen is just the kind of YA I can truly enjoy loads of fun on the surface yet if you remember to look a little deeper for the most part it s not funny at all I noticed a long time ago that authors often have problems with creating characters that are uite average On one side most of them don t even want to because they re convinced that nobody likes to read about average people On the other even when they try they usually don t know how Sometimes you can just see that s what the author intended to do especially in YA but the characters end up being either too smart or too stupid to live thus remaining completely unrealistic and two dimensional That is not the case with Catherine Murdock In my opinion she was successful DJ always does the right thing for herself but that doesn t mean that she s too smart She s not very pretty or very social either But Murdock knows how to make you care for her and see her in a completely different light The thing I liked most about DJ is that she never once made me feel frustrated or angry because I always knew that she was doing her best even when it wasn t enough Stylistically speaking at first glance the writing was a little strange I was bothered by it at first but then I started discovering things about DJ and I realized that it needed to be adapted to the narrator DJ flunked her English class because she was too busy working on the family farm All those awkward sentences kind of like mine but worse and words that kept repeating again and again made things sound authentic In other words once I realized that Murdock did it on purpose and it DID take me a while I liked it Phew Let me tell you flirting is never easy but having any sort of romantic conversation while shoveling cow poop is next to impossible And yet DJ and Brian managed to do it and it was awkward adorable and everything else it was supposed to be I loved the two of them together and I loved that the focus wasn t on the romance at all I can t wait to read the next two books Czarownik Iwanow (Kroniki Jakuba Wędrowycza, never thought I d have fun reading about a belching contest of all things but that s exactly what happened Murdock s Dairy ueen is just the kind of YA I can truly enjoy loads of fun on the surface yet if you remember to look a little deeper for the most part it s Jewish Life not funny at all I Sex Toys 101 noticed a long time ago that authors often have problems with creating characters that are uite average On one side most of them don t even want to because they re convinced that The Joy in Business nobody likes to read about average people On the other even when they try they usually don t know how Sometimes you can just see that s what the author intended to do especially in YA but the characters end up being either too smart or too stupid to live thus remaining completely unrealistic and two dimensional That is Stuffed not the case with Catherine Murdock In my opinion she was successful DJ always does the right thing for herself but that doesn t mean that she s too smart She s Cotas Claim not very pretty or very social either But Murdock knows how to make you care for her and see her in a completely different light The thing I liked most about DJ is that she The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, never once made me feel frustrated or angry because I always knew that she was doing her best even when it wasn t enough Stylistically speaking at first glance the writing was a little strange I was bothered by it at first but then I started discovering things about DJ and I realized that it Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) needed to be adapted to the Fakers, Forgers Phoneys narrator DJ flunked her English class because she was too busy working on the family farm All those awkward sentences kind of like mine but worse and words that kept repeating again and again made things sound authentic In other words once I realized that Murdock did it on purpose and it DID take me a while I liked it Phew Let me tell you flirting is Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia never easy but having any sort of romantic conversation while shoveling cow poop is Dreams Come to Life (Bendy and the Ink Machine, Book 1) next to impossible And yet DJ and Brian managed to do it and it was awkward adorable and everything else it was supposed to be I loved the two of them together and I loved that the focus wasn t on the romance at all I can t wait to read the Doing Without Concepts next two books

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When you don’t talk there’s a lot of stuff that ends u After being burned MANY times by crap YA books I made a decision to only read those that at some point earned critical recognition if I judged books by GR reviewer s ratings I suspect I would have to work my way through nonsense like Hush Hush Ever and The Luxe and I am not sure I am up for it any Dairy ueen made it to ALA s list of best YA books in 2007 so I decided to give it a try in spite of the awful cover and title I was not disappointed15 year old DJ is forced to take over the lion s share of work on her family s small dairy farm after her father is injured She is overwhelmed by milking cleaning out the barn mowing and haying with almost no help but her younger brother s In fact she is so overwhelmed that she doesn t realize that her life at the moment has no direction or point This is pointed to her by a lazy and arrogant Brian the rival high school s uarterback who is sent to DJ s farm to help her out learn work ethics and get some football training Strangely enough Brian has something to teach DJ too to look at her life style closer to do some soul searching to become a better communicatorI can t say that Dairy ueen is a mind blowing kind of book It s not really edgy or a dark issue book And that s a good thing This is a novel about balancing family responsibilities and personal desires about what it is to be a good person and about importance of open communication in a family DJ is a very likable narrator self deprecating hard working honest She along with the rest of the characters feels very real and relatable The teen romance is very well done too It is realistic doesn t overwhelm the story and never becomes cheesy or sappy which is very important to me I will undoubtedly read the next book in this 3 part series

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P not getting saidHarsh words indeed from Brian Nelson of When I finally found a spare two minutes to sit down and start reading this book I suddenly ended up drawn in for a couple of hours discovering that Dairy ueen is just as ridiculously funny silly and heartwarming as everyone had told me it was And strangely inspirational too I love anyone who dares to break the mold especially young females who challenge gender stereotypes and go their own way I will admit that I am not the biggest fan of chick lit novels so I should warn you that this would probably never have got five stars from me and the fact that it got four stars should not be taken lightly when I m dishing it out in this genre This book has all the elements you could want from a light hearted teen read a funny likeable and slightly snarky protagonist cute boys some family troubles nothing too heavy romance friendships insecurities and overcoming them this stands out for me amongst others of its kind and I will give it the best compliment I can by saying that if you re a fan of Louise Rennison E Lockhart andor Stephanie Perkins I can see no reason why you wouldn t love thisDJ Shwenk is a great character You know why I think she is such a great character Because she does sport and farming two things that interest me about as much as Kim Kardashian s novel and yet she still manages to keep my attention from the very first chapter It takes A LOT to literally make someone laugh out loud while reading as in to actually pause and giggle stupidly to oneself and think if Big Brother was watching right now I would be arrested and locked away forever am I paranoid are these weird thoughts Anyway this novel does this repeatedly and I m glad I didn t read it in publicI put this book off for two reasons 1 I never thought I would enjoy a book about either sport or farming never mind both And 2 I ve been busy reading the dark disturbing depressing supernatural and fantasy books which is all very well but sometimes we need a little bright happiness from our novels This delivers trust me this delivers

  • Paperback
  • 274
  • Dairy ueen
  • Catherine Gilbert Murdock
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 9781615537723

About the Author: Catherine Gilbert Murdock

I grew up in small town Connecticut on a tiny farm with honeybees two adventurous goats and a mess of Christmas trees My sister claims we didn’t have a television but we did sometimes – only it was ancient received exactly two channels and had to be turned off after 45 minutes to cool down or else the screen would go all fuzzy Watching or rather “watching” Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds