Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn by Sarah Miller

My Rating:

Finished reading on: June 26, 2008

Fiction or non-fiction? Genre? Teen Fiction

What led you to pick up this book? I needed a light read after sobbing over Marley.

Plot summary: A mystery girl is inside the mind of Gideon Rayburn. We don’t know who she is but we know that she is in love with Gideon and shares all his thoughts and dreams and fantasies.

What did you like most about the book? It had a few funny parts that made me snort with laughter, which was why I gave this book two stars instead of just one.

What did you like least? Everything else! This book was entertaining, yes, but I got bored pretty quickly. It was also so obvious which girl was inside the mind of Gid—I guessed it early on. Definitely not a keeper on my shelf.

First line from the book: Like most girls, I want a lot. Fame and fortune, Equal rights. Shoes no one else has. But I’d trade all that in for the Perfect Guy. (Don’t tell me there’s something wrong with that. I don’t know of a single person who doesn’t spend most of her time thinking about love.)

What did you think of the ending? Predictable. And boring.

Random quote from the book:

“I don’t get paranoid,” Cullen says. “Paranoia’s just nature’s way of saying, ‘Hey, you really are a dork.'”

Get it on Amazon: Inside the Mind of Gideon Rayburn

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