It's All Your Fault

It s All Your Fault Up until forty eight hours ago Caitlin had never Tasted alcohol kissed a boy sang in public at the top of her lungs kidnapped anyone or WHAT STOLEN A CONVERTIBLE Now she s in jail and has no idea
  • Title: It's All Your Fault
  • Author: Paul Rudnick
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  • Page: 435
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  • It's All Your Fault
    Up until forty eight hours ago, Caitlin had never Tasted alcohol, kissed a boy, sang in public at the top of her lungs, kidnapped anyone or WHAT STOLEN A CONVERTIBLE Now she s in jail and has no idea what to tell The police, her parents, the mayor, all of those camera crews and everyone on Twitter.She has just noticed that Her nose is pierced and WAIT IS THAT A TAUp until forty eight hours ago, Caitlin had never Tasted alcohol, kissed a boy, sang in public at the top of her lungs, kidnapped anyone or WHAT STOLEN A CONVERTIBLE Now she s in jail and has no idea what to tell The police, her parents, the mayor, all of those camera crews and everyone on Twitter.She has just noticed that Her nose is pierced and WAIT IS THAT A TATTOO She blames one person for the entire insane weekend Her famous cousin.Who is also her former best friend.Who she has HATED for the past four years.Who she also might miss like crazy S ALL YOUR FAULT, HELLER HARRIGAN
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  • Paul Rudnick

    Paul M Rudnick is an American playwright, screenwriter and novelist His plays include I Hate Hamlet, Jeffrey, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Valhalla and The New Century He also wrote for Premiere magazine under the pseudonym Libby Gelman Waxner He is openly gay.

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  • Available now Happy New Year I hope 2016 will be full of many amazing books for us all I ve been MIA for a little while, travelling between Los Angeles, New York and London, but I should be back to obsessively checking out the books you re all reviewing from now on It s All Your Fault was one of the last books I read in 2015 I managed to get my hands on an ARC but, to be honest, I hadn t really heard anything about the book or author before I started reading So it was a very pleasant surprise wh [...]



  • JESUS smack from Catey What a surprising and refreshing story Finally a contemporary YA that doesn t attach the greatest importance to romance but rather insists on picturing family and friendship bonds FUCK YEAH sorry Catey, just deal with it Yet I have to admit that at first, the story didn t seem like something I would enjoy Christian choir singer Teen Movie Star Kneesocks I kid, I kid, they re great I guess so It sure didn t scream fangirl material, to be honest But it was without counting o [...]


  • This book was written for a single but widely appreciated purpose to entertain you.Now, we all love books that have dept, don t we We love when they inspire us to become better, when they open our minds on certain subjects We love when they teach us values and explore important principles or anything really that is meaningful to us.But something us humans love almost as much as learning, pondering and discovering is to, you guessed it, HAVE FUN.That s right, folks Brought to you by Press and wri [...]


  • Review posted on Fafa s Book Corner Beware spoilers ahead This book was recommended to me by my GR friendAnna Click on her name to read her review I had heard about this book in the beginning of the year It was one of those books that for the most part went unnoticed While the synopsis sounded hilarious it didn t grab my attention Then a few weeks back on Anna s blog, her co bloggers were putting books that they recommended I saw It s All Your Fault and found out that it was in my library I thou [...]


  • 3 1 2 stars This was honestly so cheesy and silly, but I think it will totally satisfy anyone s craving for a funny, fast paced chick lit.The characters were all stereotypical and acted overly dramatic but that just added to the hilariousness The whole cast was a huge ball of laughter Catey was your typical well mannered, homeschooled, Christian girl who wore knee socks while her cousin Heller was her polar opposite loud, wild, and obscene.When Catey is tasked to look after her cousin for the we [...]



  • nytimes 2016 02 14 fas I want to write things that will be a relief from the earnest torment of typical Y.A literature, he said at a diner next door to P.S 3 where he ordered a glass of orange juice OH FUCK YOU.You can take your something different YA book and get the FUCK out of a community that is sick and tired of the snobbery We have plenty of good books, thank you, without the White Male population trying to come and and redefine it The ladies are good We don t need your fucking assholery h [...]


  • Of course I love Heller because we re related so my mom says I have to That one sentence aptly describes the relationship between the two girls, Caitlin and Heller.Picture this A conservative, home schooled 17 year old is sent to babysit her ultra famous cousin for the weekend of her biggest movie release All she s told is to keep an eye on Heller and not get in trouble, which was like shoving a baby deer into a loud supermarket and ordering it not to knock anything over Not going to happen Of c [...]


  • 3 stars This wasn t necessarily the best thing I ve ever read, but it was definitely fun I have to admit, the humor style didn t totally work for me There were funny moments and I was definitely entertained, but I wasn t cracking up every ten seconds like I was when reading No Good Deed or Beauty Queens There s a nice parody here of fandom culture Angel Wars is a combination of the Hunger Games and any typical paranormal romance It s a loving parody and definitely an entertaining one This was ac [...]


  • ENGLISH REVIEW DOWN BELOWUna novela fresca y divertida que no falla a la hora de hacerte pasar un fin de semana agradable.Por mucho tiempo este libro estuvo bajo mi radar as que despu s de un par de lecturas pesadas decid comenzarlo, con cierto rechazo porque la sinopsis no me promet a mucho y sab a que pod a salir cualquier cosa de todo eso Pero debo admitir que me dej con la boca abierta.Este libro nos cuenta la historia de Caitlin, una adolescente tranquila, estudiosa, religiosa y correcta y [...]


  • Rese a en el blog librosdelcieloEn plena crisis lectora, este es el libro que necesitaba leer no es un libro que te vaya a cambiar la vida, ni mucho menos It s all your fault es un libro sin pretensiones, cuyo objetivo es entretener y hacer que te desternilles de la risa Lo ha conseguido y me ha encantado.



  • Read the first 30 pages Those alone read like they re written by someone who doesn t understand teenagers or YA at all This interview seems to confirm it.The book is unfunny, tries too hard, and its stream of consciousness narration gave me a headache Satire is supposed to punch up at authority, not down at the oppressed That s why a Modest Proposal and even The Colbert Report worked as satire the former was a criticism England s policies toward the Irish and the heartless attitudes of the poor, [...]


  • IT S ALL YOUR FAULT is about a girl named Catey who has to go to New York to help her cousin and former best friend, Heller Harrigin, from staying out of trouble before her movie Angel Wars premires Heller has to spend the weekend with a girl with cancer who wanted to do all these crazy things like going to a candy factory, getting a tattoo, and jumping off a cliff I gave this book four out of five stars because this wasn t a book that I couldn t put down I liked this book because it has a ton o [...]


  • It s a stretch for me to give this 3 stars, Young adult is not my typical genre Having said that it was decently entertaining The characters were funny and reminded me of a PG 13 Hollywood version of Hannah Montana meets ICarly Definitely a book for teens and Mom s of teenage girls.


  • 4 stars are too much, I know It would be better 3.5 but the author was really good, so I chosen to be good.Review to come.


  • This was an amazing book Religion, jail, a weekend with fun and revelations, dares, and much much You will laugh your butt off.Say hello to Caitlin, our super religious sheltered girl Say hello to her cousin Heller, who is a Hollywood star just out of rehab Heller has a weekend full of movie stuff to do, and Caitlin is there to keep Heller on track I really loved that idea, though we later find out a different view on that weekend idea One that I liked even than what we see at the beginning of [...]


  • Review Protagonist This book is told from the point of view of Caitlin Singleberry, yes that s her actual last name, don t ask me why Anyway, Caitlin is your typical all around Good Christian Girl which means she s uptight, pious, and stuck up Heller Harrigan, Caitlin s famous cousin is her polar opposite, she s a bitchy party girl who s fallen off the wagon one too many times It s when these two characters come together and balance each other out that they can start to look at their lives, and [...]


  • First of all I have never laughed so hard while reading a book Ever I had tears in my eyes at times, and I have recommended this book to anyone willing to listen to me ramble about how great it is This was everything I loved about YA books Witty, ridiculous, crazy, laugh out loud funny, amazing characters, friendship, adventurous Quick someone take the dictionary away from me because I can t stop finding words to describe It s All Your Fault.Caitlin is a good girl She grew up in a very religious [...]


  • Funny at times but I didn t care for the way he portrayed christians and Christianity Take out all that stereotyping and it would have been a much better read.



  • I reserve the right to voice my own, personal opinion, as negative as it may be If you don t want to read a probably nonsensical rant about my utter dislike for this novel, then you really shouldn t read any farther Thank you for your cooperation It s All Your Fault overwhelmed me, I don t mean that it was just so good that my eyes watered with happy tears because I loved this book so much.No.Practically everything about this book made me want to rip my hair out First, there was the incredibly r [...]


  • Caitlin has never done anything sinful ever in her entire life because she is a good little Christian girl who wears knee socks, never complains, and is someone everyone can rely on However, when she is called upon to babysit her famous cousin, whom she hasn t spoken to in four years, Catey feels like this is the Lord calling her to do the impossible save Heller s soul Up until that fateful weekend, however, Catey had never tasted alcohol, kissed a boy, kidnapped anyone, stolen a convertible, he [...]


  • Review by TinaI flagged this book during a booktube viewing It may have been discussed as a funny book so I was curious The story and style catches me unawares The writing is teenage exaggerated One cousin is forward thinking in a former disney kid kind of way and another is a backward sheltered everything is taboo kind of kid The story spins quickly from one disaster to another.I am less than enthused I don t find it funny or attention grabbing Frankly, I can t imagine 10 year olds reading this [...]


  • This is a book you can t take seriously Absolutely, at all But if you decide to read it the way you would watch an SNL skit, it works and it s funny There were some parts that were a little too over the top or annoying for me, and there seemed to be times when this book was trying to relay a serious message But at that point I wasn t taking any of it seriously I got some good laughs out of this and thats enough for me Good summer read or if you re in the mood for something completely mindless an [...]





  • I m not sure quite what I was expecting from this book The back cover describes the plot as following a teenage Christian priss who tries to keep her outrageous Hollywood actress cousin out of trouble from pretty much everything, which is a pretty neat premise But ultimately that s a small part of the story, overshadowed by the hyperactive, cluttered pacing which really takes away from the story and supposed humor Oh yeah, this is marketed as a comedy book Most of its humor comes from rambling, [...]


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