!!> Read ➸ Size 12 Is Not Fat (Heather Wells, #1) ➻ Author Meg Cabot – Dileydi.be


  • Paperback
  • 345 pages
  • Size 12 Is Not Fat (Heather Wells, #1)
  • Meg Cabot
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 9780060525118

10 thoughts on “Size 12 Is Not Fat (Heather Wells, #1)

  1. says:

    Meg Cabot has a fan base like no other, and it s really no wonder All of her books are incredibly enjoyable so long as you re into chick lit and light reads.Don t let the title of this one fool you The idea that the title gave me and the actually content of the book didn t mesh at all I wasn t disappointed by what I got, it was just different.In my opinion, the plot lines of the Heather Wells Mystery books aren t all that riveting But Meg Cabot knows exactly what she s doing with her characters To me, the plot comes in second to the character development I read the Heather Wells books because I love Heather Wells Her mystery solving doesn t really interest me at all, but SHE does I keep coming back for Heather Wells, and each time I just sort of giggle to mysel...


  2. says:

    Okay, let me summarize this book style spoiler, but I won t give away anything you couldn t guess after reading the back cover I m a size 12, which is, you know, the size of the average American woman So I m totally not fat or self obsessed I work in a dorm I mean, residence hall My boss is pretty and ambitious and thin, so she s a bitch I used to be a teen star but now I want to be a pre med student even though I obviously have no clue what a medical profession would be like, only because the man I m in love with likes smart women I think the two girls who fell down the elevator shaft of de dorm I mean, residence hall are murdered because, you know, girls don t elevator surf But mostly I think about Cooper who is Oh my god hot and muscular and obsess about what he thinks of me and also about my size which is not fat, which I have to tell the reader over and over Totally not a marketing trick But, um, you know, I have to find out who murdered the...


  3. says:

    I thought this was pretty typical chick lit, albeit of the mystery variety It was light, entertaining and didn t require much thinking, which is why I chose it, so no complaints there I was, however, annoyed by the heroine, Heather Wells, on than one occasion Although she saved the day at the end of course , I found her to be often whiny and passive about everything but solving the myster...


  4. says:

    Yet another re read I m a re reading machine this month Also, Meg Cabot is love Meg Cabot is life I would read her grocery lists and love them.


  5. says:

    Okay, so I don t think everyone would enjoy this book It s the epitome of chick lit I like to think of it as Veronica Mars meets Bridget Jones Our main character is very chatty and the writing style is conversational The jokes are very repetitive and the mystery is easy to figure ou...


  6. says:

    A cute mystery book about a former pop star who becomes the assistant resident advisor to a dormitory excuse me, residence hall When her residents turn up dead in bizarre elevator accidents, she takes it upon ...


  7. says:

    I read the first two chapters and realised this was a book that would constantly hit me over the head with the pitiful woes of a 28 year old woman who peaked early and is desperately trying to persuade hersel...


  8. says:

    This is a cute chick lit book with a side of mystery Heather is a former pop singer who caught her fiance with another woman and whose mom ran off with her small fortune She s now working as an assistant director at a residence hall at a college and is doing her best to leave her past behind her I really enjoyed the fact that this girl isn t a whiner like so many chick lit princesses and is getting on with her life on her own terms She s no longer a skinny young pop star and is living in a rented brownstone owned by her former fiance s gorgeous brother who dates size 2 s and whom she has a hopeless crush on When two female students die under mysterious circumstances in an elevator shaft, Heather is frustrated at the lack of the police action and takes matters into her own hands and starts snooping around putting her life in jeopardy as we...


  9. says:

    I decided I wanted to see how Meg Cabot writes for adults, since I like the Princess Diaries so much And, honestly, what red blooded American woman wouldn t be drawn in by the title of this book Size 12 is indeed NOT FAT So there.The mystery side of the story is compelling and a little hard to figure out, I must admit Heather s love for Cooper is sort of over the...


  10. says:

    Trigger warnings murder, some fat phobia 3.5 stars I d never read anything by Meg Cabot before, but I ve been intrigued by this for a while now And it waspretty solid I liked Heather as a character I liked her investigating the crimes and interacting with Cooper and her being all HEY, STOP CALLING ME FAT WHEN I M THE SAME SIZE AS THE AVERAGE U.S WOMAN All of that was great That said, I could have done without all the insipid song lyrics at the start of each chapter I could have done without ...


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Size 12 Is Not Fat (Heather Wells, #1)Heather Wells Rocks Or, At Least, She Did That Was Before She Left The Pop Idol Life Behind After She Gained A Dress Size Or Two And Lost A Boyfriend, A Recording Contract, And Her Life Savings When Mom Took The Money And Ran Off To Argentina Now That The Glamour And Glory Days Of Endless Mall Appearances Are In The Past, Heather S Perfectly Happy With Her New Size 12 Shape The Average For The American Woman And Her New Job As An Assistant Dorm Director At One Of New York S Top Colleges That Is, Until The Dead Body Of A Female Student From Heather S Residence Hall Is Discovered At The Bottom Of An Elevator Shaft.The Cops And The College President Are Ready To Chalk The Death Off As An Accident, The Result Of Reckless Youthful Mischief But Heather Knows Teenage Girls And Girls Do Not Elevator Surf Yet No One Wants To Listen Not The Police, Her Colleagues, Or The P.I Who Owns The Brownstone Where She Lives Even When Students Start Turning Up Dead In Equally Ordinary And Subtly Sinister Ways So Heather Makes The Decision To Take On Yet Another New Career As Spunky Girl Detective But Her New Job Comes With Few Benefits, No Cheering Crowds, And Lots Of Liabilities, Some Of Them Potentially Fatal And Nothing Ticks Off A Killer Than A Portly Ex Pop Star Who S Sticking Her Nose Where It Doesn T Belong.


About the Author: Meg Cabot

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