god poor jeremy

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anonymous asked:

Wait do u like book Christine?? I thought everyone in the book except squip was really bitchy and gross. (Maybe not Brooke either) but I hated book Christine so much. (Don't get me started on book Michael..)

No, I didn’t like book Christine. But you know, I guess everyone’s behavior in the book is actually more realistic? At the first scene where Jeremy talked to Christine I was like “why the hell does he like her?? She sounds so rude at every sentence she says!” but then I thought that I have that bitchy way to joke too… So uhm… oops
Overall all the characters in the book have that bitchy behavor that real people have, it made me relate a lot with Jeremy (those scenes with Jenna Rolan, god, poor Jeremy).
I don’t know why you don’t like Michael, he looked pretty normal to me.
The one I didn’t really like  is a actually the squip, pretty boring compared to his musical counterpart. His comments were fun to read but he didn’t really have that much weight on Jeremy’s decisions. Even if the musical squip is the cliché bad guy, he is a lot more entertaining in my opinion.

But I guess at the end of the day, everything depends on your personal taste. 
I am a sucker for stupid jokes and sexual innuendos (I’m still laughing at the phone call scenes between Jeremy and Michael, forgiveme) so I loved the book -minus the non existent climax but whatever