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Pants on Fire Katie Ellison is not a liar But she can't exactly tell the truth, eithernot when she's juggling two boyfriends, secretly hating the high school football team everyone else worships, and trying to have the best summer ever At least Katie has it all under control sort of Her biggest secret, what really happened the night Tommy Sullivan is a freak was spraypainted on the junior high gymnasium wall, is safeThat is, until Tommy comes back to town Katie is sure he's going to ruin all her plans, and she'll do anything to hang on to her perfect existence Even if it means telling lies Even if, now that Tommy's around, she's actuallytruthfullyhaving the time of her life

10 thoughts on “Pants on Fire

  1. Carol Storm Carol Storm says:

    In all honesty I can't give this book more than two stars -- since it was tooth-grindingly awful about 85 percent of the way through. Nevertheless, the ending, where the weak-willed heroine FINALLY tells the town where to get off, really was moving and interesting to read.

    There are so many things that sink this book. There's the inane heroine, and th

  2. Jojo Jojo says:

    Confession time: I have this horrible Meg Cabot weakness. The moment a book of hers comes out, I rush to the store to buy it (this happened just today and also last week and, dude, she writes so many books). I do this even though there have been some books of hers in the past that I could not finish because I disliked them so much. Apparently the ones I loved work

  3. Laura Laura says:

    Can somebody please have the courage to edit Meg Cabot? Every single one of her writing quirks comes out in this story about a girl who is cheating on her hot boyfriend with another hot guy, and then another hot guy comes along, and oh yeah, something really bad happened to him a couple of years back that completely ostrasized him and now he's back to get revenge.

  4. Lisa Dunckley Lisa Dunckley says:

    Kate Ellison is torn between two boys—her official boyfriend Seth, who she likes making out with but finds kinda boring otherwise, and Eric, who isn't her boyfriend but who she also likes making out with.

    She doesn't normally tell lies, but obviously she's gotta keep anyone from finding out about this. Most of Kate's lies are concentrated about one spe

  5. ♛✨Christine ♛✨ ♛✨Christine ♛✨ says:

    Listen peeps I read this in highschool and have re-read it again and again and again. No matter how my tastes in novels will change, these novels that started my way into the world of books will always have a place on my shelves and in my heart.

    I loved the whole mystery and suspense around what happened to drive Tommy Sullivan away from town. When it was fina

  6. JJ JJ says:

    I'm new to Meg Cabot, and this was the first book of hers that I had read. I know she's the Queen of teen lit, so I was a little suprised when I read this book. It wasn't what I had expected.

    Meg Cabot tries to write like a teen would talk, saying things like not or what seems to be her favorite word, macking, which means kissing or making out, of course. A

  7. a a says:

    Katie Ellison is a moron. And that's the nicest thing that I can say about the so-called 'heroine' of this steaming load of crap.

    The story is based around the lies and life of one girl that I can find no redeeming qualities in, even after her transition into truth-telling after living a life weaving stories for her own nefarious purposes. The entirety of th

  8. Ruby~am I a part of the cure? Ruby~am I a part of the cure? says:

    I love Meg Cabot. I learned you should not lie. Even if it hurts. Aww I love it!
    And Tommy is NOT a freak ;)

  9. Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue) Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue) says:

    Sort of a friends-to-more/second chance romance story and it made me giddy. Except that Katie is kind of a cheater -- just kissing but still, I don't condone that. But then Tommy (Tom, now) comes back into her life and rocks her world with a kiss to make you forget all other kisses and an ultimatum to boot, and she decides to come clean...about everything. And she's told

  10. Amielle Amielle says:

    Another book from Meg Cabot. Her writing is good, but, she needs to widen her range. Her books are all starting to sound the same, and only small twists in the plots are the differenciating point.

    This was not (in my opinion) her best book. Even if you hadn't read any of her others, it still isn't the best read. From the beginning I knew who was going to end u

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