Pwned by Shannen Crane Camp

April 29, 2013 | 3 Comments

Reagan West has a perfect life. She’s at the top of the high school food chain as co-captain of the cheerleading squad and she’s best friends with the most evil girl in Albany, Tawny Perez, which means she’s never on the receiving end of her wrath.

The only trouble in Reagan’s perfect life comes from the constant threat of her dirty little secret leaking to her fellow classmates and casting her into a lifetime of ridicule.

Reagan West is a closet gamer and hates her role as the evil cheerleader. But, as any well versed teenager knows, it’s better to suppress your own nerdy tendencies than to submit to a lifetime of being shoved into lockers and so, Reagan bravely soldiers through life as a reluctant bully… until a boy from her guild moves to her school and becomes Tawny’s next target.

The newcomer threatens to reveal Reagan’s nerdy little secret and force her to come to terms with who she truly is. Now Reagan has to decide if she’s going to defend her fellow geeks, or if she’ll continue to be a total troll.

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Title: Pwned

Author: Shannen Crane Camp

Publisher: CreateSpace

Release Date: April 19, 2013

ISBN: 978-1482570793

Size: 246 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, softcover

Genre: YA Contemporary Romance

3 responses to “Pwned by Shannen Crane Camp

  1. I really liked the lesson that was found in this book–be true to yourself. I didn’t like that mean girl, Tawny–but she was a necessary evil to the story. 🙂 This book is a lot about cheerleaders and gaming in the high school world and you don’t have to be involved in any of that to enjoy it. In fact, I realized that gaming isn’t as “bad” as I always thought it was. A very fun YA story.

  2. Dana C

    I loved this book! I really liked that the main character decided to be who she was and own up to what she liked, rather than always following the crowd so she could be popular. This books has a great lesson for teens, but is not at all preachy about it.

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