Friday, May 14, 2010

Hottie by Jonathon Bernstein

Description-Alison Cole’s got it all: She’s gorgeous, dating a steamy surfer boy, and has just been crowned Beverly Hills High Freshman Class President. Then during a special “symmetry” surgery, a lightning bolt zaps her, and Alison instantly transforms into Hottie—that is, a totally sizzling superhero with the power to shoot fire from her fingers!
Shunned as a Pyro-Freak, Alison must adopt dorky David Eels as her crime-fi ghting sidekick. Worse, she’s falling for the one guy who wants to “extinguish” her forever, Junior Class President of Cuteness— and wannabe fi refi ghter—T. Hull. But she doesn’t realize that a supervillain’s lurking. . . .
Has Hottie met her match?

My Review-
     The first part of Hottie was boring. I ALMOST was going to return it to the library, but I was determined to finish it. The farther I got in it, the better the book got! I am very glad it got better, I hate to leave a book unread!

            Alison isn't what she is stereotyped as-a snotty, popular girl. I found Alison nice, but at first she was oblivious that her friends, Kellyn and Dorinda were abusing her by making her get surgery when she didn't need it. Another character was David Eels, the dorky kid. At first he is a dorky kid, but then him and Alison get to know each other and they become friends. Lastly, Alison's evil, manipulating step-mother-Carmen. Carmen was horrible, then nice, then evil. You only appreciate her in the middle. Its sad that she's so mean when she can be so nice at times.

            The plot was well explained and written. Its basically how Alison fights crime. The lesson was clear also, being popular isn't important, mainly because some of your friends secretly may hate you. I'm not sure if I got the lesson right, it can be explained better, but in a nutshell, that's it.

           There was nothing that bothered me in Hottie, besides the boring beginning. Even though it was boring, the book was still amazing!
        In all, Hottie was a very good book. I recommend it to anyone who likes super heroes!!Even it you don't, Hottie is a wonderful, well-written story you will enjoy whether you like super heroes or not!

Overall Opinion- Hottie was a great book. Read it, you will make it through the slightly boring beginning. You will love Alison and David's wild, crime-fighting full adventures!So read Hottie!

Cover-I like the cover. The pink swirls and picture of Alison show her girly side, but the flaming letters and her costume and necklace show her Hottie side!Awesome cover!


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