Pink Matters

Pink Matters You are Pink not the prettiest girl but smart and with plenty of resources What do you do when your best male friend offers to have sex with you because he thinks you re a lost cause You plot your

  • Title: Pink Matters
  • Author: Olga Núñez Miret
  • ISBN: 9781910214183
  • Page: 330
  • Format: ebook
  • You are Pink, not the prettiest girl, but smart and with plenty of resources What do you do when your best male friend offers to have sex with you, because he thinks you re a lost cause You plot your revenge with your two best female friends, of course It seems you re in luck when a new and mysterious student appears And, to top it all, he seems interested in you too HYou are Pink, not the prettiest girl, but smart and with plenty of resources What do you do when your best male friend offers to have sex with you, because he thinks you re a lost cause You plot your revenge with your two best female friends, of course It seems you re in luck when a new and mysterious student appears And, to top it all, he seems interested in you too He could take part in the plan But then, he seems to have a plan of his own He insists he s not just an ordinary boy And what seemed so easy to begin with, gets and complicated when Heaven and Hell come knocking at Pink s door.

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    1. When I was a teenager - back in the days just prior to the meteor strike that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs - there was no such thing as 'YA' literature. Back then, once we'd emerged from our caves, we had to make the giant leap from Enid Blyton to 'proper' books (like 'Biggles Flies Undone', or whatever). So I figured recently, I should maybe take a belated jump into the whirling hormonal pool of adolescent angst, aka teenies literature. Purely for experimental purposes, you understand [...]

    2. This book is absolutely incredible. I love the storyline. Although this isn't the type of book I would typically read, I did enjoy this book overall. I am amazed by how this book turned out. The characters were all great and were described well and the plot was very unique. This book was really good and I honestly never really wanted to put it down. I will definitely recommend this book to anyone that likes to read fantasy novels.A pdf version of this novel was provided to me by the author in re [...]

    3. A copy of this novel was provided to me for an honest review ahead of publication:Like most of the books I review these days, this is not something I’d pick up and read. Maybe it’s the promise of the genre “young adult” that’s not appealing to me (which normally means that the author is stuck to pretending that sex doesn’t happen before marriage, and that the Victorian age never really came to an end.) Maybe it’s the title word “angelic”, I’ve never been a big fan of the supe [...]

    4. “Angelic Business: Pink Matters” by Olga Núñez’ is a very entertaining and light-hearted teenage story about ‘Pink’, an ‘average’ girl who finds herself suddenly the focus of angelic, demonic and human attention.Her friend Seth, a good looking and arrogant boy, needs to be put into his place after making some insulting remarks. As if by magic, help arrives in the shape of ‘G’, an interesting newcomer to the school who just might be the person to help her make Seth jealous (or [...]

    5. Angelic Business 1 Pink Matters is book #1 in this #YA series involving Angels and Demons. Petra is an ordinary teenager who prefers to be called Pink, she's not part of the "in" crowd and someone most boys tend to see past. She'd like to mean more to her friend Seth, but he insults her by offering to be a sympathetic date should she ever need one.Together with her best friends Sylvia and Lorna, Pink hatches a plan to make Seth jealous and it's more than a coincidence when new boy G turns up at [...]

    6. I got sucked into this story immediately and felt like I was reading a teenagers diary. The story is clever and easy to follow. Angels and Demons for YA. The main characters, Pink (or Petra), is a funny, quirky kind of girl who is a duckling waiting to become a swan. G is a lot of fun and the way he gets her attention is great. I like the idea of someone hovering outside windows now instead of climbing into them all the time or turning up unexpected. At times, there was some repetition, but that [...]

    7. The first book in Olga Núñez' Angelic Business trilogy is available now for pre-order on . I was given an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Pink Matters is a lighthearted look at what happens when an angel and a demon (fallen angel) each vie for manipulative control of a 17-year-old girl named Pink. Well, O.K her real name is Petra because her father was into archaeology, but she prefers Pink and everyone, including her teachers, call her that. Pink and her two best friends, Lorn [...]

    8. ***** A Unique YA Read!It’s no secret that many teenage girls fret over not being part of the “in crowd.” Perhaps they are a tad overweight; perhaps their hair, clothes, and make-up do not mesh with the latest trends. And we certainly have read good YA books all about that. But here, Olga Nuñez Miret manages to give us something more.In her fine, ANGELIC BUSINESS: 1. PINK MATTERS, what plot-wise starts out as a trio of adolescent girls, clinging together out of loyalty and shared comfort [...]

    9. I was given a pdf copy of Pink Matters from Olga Nunez in exchange for an review. This is a light hearted, entertaining YA. Strong points: humour aimed at a teenage audience, believable dialogue, and two opposing characters G, Gregarious, and Azrael. I liked the demon/angel aspect of the novel this added an extra element into the YA story line which worked well. There tends to be a high proportion of dialogue in this novel which may well appeal to a teen audience. I would have preferred a little [...]

    10. Es una buena historia, o lo sería si estuviera bien escrita, pero no lo está. Está llena de errores gramaticales, consecuencia, creo, de una pésima traducción, lo que me sorprende mucho ya que la autora presume de hacer de traductora. Por muy española que sea de nacimiento, es obvio que tras 20 años en Gran Bretaña se le ha olvidado como se habla el castellano. También hay algunas faltas de ortografía, acentos sobre todo, y bastantes gazapos que indican que la labor de corrección no h [...]

    11. An Unusual Tale of Angels!Angelic Business is book one of this unusual trilogy of angels and demons or fallen angels. Petra is the main protagonist who dislikes her name and prefers to be called pink. Pink likes Seth who only thinks of her as a friend. She and her two best friends, Sylvia and Lorna, decide to try to make Seth jealous so he would notice Pink differently. When a new boy comes to school and seems to be interested in only Pink the girls put a plan into action using the new boy G as [...]

    12. It was the stunning covers of these books (by Lourdes Vidal) that drew my attention, and when I read they were about fallen angels I had to read them all.The first book, ‘Pink Matters’ did not disappoint, with its interesting, well portrayed characters, all make you need to know what happens next.Well written, with humour and wit, you find yourself wondering if you have met these characters before. As you get to know them well, you slip right into the story, almost as though you belong there [...]

    13. A thoroughly enjoyable sequel to the first book in this series. The appearance of a new demon in Pink's life and his conflicts with Pink, as well as G (who's been reassigned, but can't seem to stay away) make compelling reading. Plus there's Azrael, who's supposed to be good. So, why is it I don't quite trust him completely?With the stakes as high as they are in this series (we're talking all of existence!) and the notion that it all depends on Pink, it'll be interesting to see how things play o [...]

    14. I received a mobile which contained ALL THREE volumes of this Young Adult Paranormal series from the author through a giveaway on Marie Lavender’s FaceBook site and the following is my honest opinion.While the purist might say this book needs to have some editing done; I found the author, writing in the first person of the book’s protagonist, Petra aka “Pink”, adds a certain charm to both the narrative and dialogue in each of the book’s three segments.In Volume 1, we’re introduced to [...]

    15. Sylvia, Lorna y Petra o “Pink” como le gusta que la llamen, son amigas inseparables, las tres comparten una sana invisibilidad, o lo que es lo mismo son normales, no encajan entre las populares del instituto, ni entre las nerds, ni son demasiado feas, incluso Lorna no es tan fea, sin embargo ellas van a su aire disfrutando de lo suyo sin intimar con nadie más de la escuela, la verdad no les interesa, Pink es vecina de Seth.Leer mas en: lacomunidaddellibro/as

    16. Promising, but falls shortI found the story line intriguing, but it slipped throughout the book. I found it frustrating the dialog between G and Pink. It seems like the conversations were half empty and confusing.

    17. An interesting book with strong characters and a different storyline to the YA books I've read. You can't help but like the strength of Pink as you follow her through speculation and confusion over two guys who may or may not be telling the truth! Great story.

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