We Regret to Inform You

We Regret to Inform You

Mischa Abramavicius is a walking, talking, top-scoring, perfectly well-rounded college application in human form. So when she's rejected not only by the Ivies, but her loathsome safety school, she is shocked and devastated. All the sacrifices her mother made to send her to prep school, the late nights cramming for tests, the blatantly resume-padding extracurriculars (read: Mischa Abramavicius is a walking, talking, top-scoring, perfectly well-rounded college application in human form. So when...

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Title:We Regret to Inform You
Author:Ariel Kaplan
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:1524773719
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

We Regret to Inform You Reviews

  • Rachel
    Nov 05, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

  • Kelly
    Nov 03, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

  • Tatiana
    Sep 07, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Jun 06, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

  • John Clark
    Nov 17, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

  • Heather (Heather Hearts Books) Kilpatrick
    Aug 11, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

    This book is incredibly smart and shockingly witty. Mischa's narrative is funny and quick. If you loved the quick repartee of Gilmore Girls, you'll love this book. It moves fast and Mischa is a very worthy narrative. The mystery element is also really entertaining. It's basically a who...

  • McKinlay Dennis
    Aug 13, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

  • Dahlia
    May 26, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

  • Jenny
    Nov 10, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

  • Lorilin
    Aug 22, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

  • Paul
    May 04, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

  • Jen Ryland
    Aug 30, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

  • Marie
    Aug 10, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

  • Jenny Chou
    Feb 10, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

  • Rushda
    Nov 02, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

  • FriedClam
    Aug 29, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

    This book is incredibly smart and shockingly witty. Mischa's narrative is funny and quick. If you loved the quick repartee of Gilmore Girls, you'll love this book. It moves fast and Mischa is a very worthy narrative. The mystery element is also really entertaining. It's basically a who...

    This was a great book. And it would make a great movie. And I've already written the script. The first win for this book is the spoofing of classic tropes (though I'm not sure if that was the intention or not). Mainly the classic super-cool-team-of-dudes-and-one-female-love-interest...

  • Emma
    Aug 15, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

  • Bruin Bookworm
    Sep 16, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Aug 05, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

  • Camryn
    Aug 03, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

  • Jen
    Jul 17, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

  • Moriah Conant
    Aug 21, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

  • Paige Dan
    Nov 11, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

  • Amber
    Aug 15, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

    This book is incredibly smart and shockingly witty. Mischa's narrative is funny and quick. If you loved the quick repartee of Gilmore Girls, you'll love this book. It moves fast and Mischa is a very worthy narrative. The mystery element is also really entertaining. It's basically a who...

    This was a great book. And it would make a great movie. And I've already written the script. The first win for this book is the spoofing of classic tropes (though I'm not sure if that was the intention or not). Mainly the classic super-cool-team-of-dudes-and-one-female-love-interest...

    I received a copy of this book thanks to Netgalley and Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. "I was low enough now to see cars on the highway, with little tiny people inside them, driving to and fro, like little ants m...

  • Kami
    Nov 17, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

  • Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight
    Aug 26, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

  • Meh
    Sep 19, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

  • Lizz Axnick
    Jul 14, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

    This book is incredibly smart and shockingly witty. Mischa's narrative is funny and quick. If you loved the quick repartee of Gilmore Girls, you'll love this book. It moves fast and Mischa is a very worthy narrative. The mystery element is also really entertaining. It's basically a who...

    This was a great book. And it would make a great movie. And I've already written the script. The first win for this book is the spoofing of classic tropes (though I'm not sure if that was the intention or not). Mainly the classic super-cool-team-of-dudes-and-one-female-love-interest...

    I received a copy of this book thanks to Netgalley and Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. "I was low enough now to see cars on the highway, with little tiny people inside them, driving to and fro, like little ants m...

    I do not envy today's high schoolers and the immense pressure upon them to compete for spots in all types of college. I went through that to get into nursing school and it was intense. I cannot imagine having to fill my platter in high school with tons of extracurriculars that I don't ...

  • Caroline
    Sep 09, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

  • Jesse bowtiesandbooks
    Sep 03, 2018

    3.5 stars A rare YA novel that approaches overachieving and the relentless hunt for the ?best school? in a moderately interesting way. (It really is amazing, although not surprising, how far some families would go to get into the so much coveted Ivy League schools.) But the char...

    Cute - intrigue surrounding college admissions. A promising senior at a private high school is rejected from every school she applies to and discovers that something strange happened to her transcript. No one is above suspicion! A nice balance of suspense, humor, family and romance. Ha...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars This was the moment, when it was all supposed to payoff. This was the reward for all her hard work, sleepless nights and her mother's financial sacrifice so that she could attend a top notch private high school. High SAT scores - check! Near perfect GPA (curse you ...

    We Regret to Inform You is a piece of YA fiction that is a perfect hybrid of mystery and drama with a bit of romance. Misha takes some hits and questions herself, but ultimately, she escapes rock bottom with the help of her wit and determination. What starts as drama quickly turns to a...

    Oh man I enjoyed that a lot. It was only partly what I expected; I kind of thought the MC would have more of an Enter Title Here vibe. But she didn't, and I loved her for it. (Not a criticism of ETH - I love that MC - but I feel like it's the obvious voice for an overachiever and it's ...

    Read my full review here! Some of the writing in this book is really bad. This next line comes directly from the book."It was good. It tasted maple-y. I like maple." That drove me insane and pulled away from the interesting plot. I felt like this book took a completely different ...

    Mischa Abramavicius is a straight-A student at a top private high school. The fact that she's there on scholarship has only motivated her to work her hardest, and it shows. She's consistently at the top of her class with good grades and impressive extracurricular achievements. When the...

    By turns funny and smart, Kaplan's sophomore novel explores what happens when a student who, by everything she's done, should have no problem getting into any college but yet, discovers she didn't even get into the one that admits basically everyone. Was her transcript hacked? Misha en...

    We Regret To Inform You was a book I was eagerly anticipating, because I had this feeling. You know, the one you have for a book you know you?ll enjoy. I?m really happy to say that, I was right. Sweet, fun, entertaining, We Regret To Inform You was, for me, a bingeable kind of r...

    Spoilers, I guess. DNF. I was enjoying this novel about a young girl who goes to an expensive prep school in order to hopefully get into an Ivy League college. She reminded me a bit of Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls so I was interested to see what she would do when she is rejected ...

    This is a book that succeeds on multiple levels. Mischa is third generation Jewish immigrant with no dad in the picture. Mom works as a lawyer for a nonprofit and because of her heritage and personal history, wants her daughter to succeed, even to the point of going into debt so Mischa...

    E ARC from Netgalley Mischa attends a prestigious private school near D.C., at great personal cost to her single mother. Mischa has done everything she is supposed to do, keeping up her grades, doing well on tests, and getting good letters of recommendation from her teachers. When c...

    YALSA #BFYA2019 nominee; read review here: http://www.yalsa.ala.org/thehub/2018/... ...

    The college admission process is brutal, but A.E. Kaplan?s WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU manages to make what is essentially a roll of the dice for even 4.0 students into a seriously funny and thought-provoking novel, perfect for teens and their anxiety-riddled parents. Mischa has the top ...

    WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU is the whole package. It has drama, and humor, and romance. It is thought provoking. It offers a mystery to be solved. It has likable and interesting characters. It is instantly engaging and stays that way until the very end. Mischa Abramavicius thought she h...

    Grade: B+ An e-galley was provided by Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: We Regret to Inform You has been kind of slipping under the radar. Not a lot of bloggers have talked about it, and it's not getting a lot of hype, lik...

    Wow, this is a great book!! 1. College rejection EMAILS suck. I can relate. And an email feels even worse than a letter because it seems like they couldn?t even be bothered to buy a stamp. Ugh, it?s painful. 2. ?We Regret to Inform? pleasantly surprised me as somewhat of...

    *i received an early review copy from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* I went into this book knowing very little about it because I've literally heard no one talk about it, so i had zero expectations and I LOVED IT! I was interested in the story right a...

    this was so wild and I loved it ...

    I loved it! Witty and a great mystery :) ...

    DNF @62% This book was not really what I expected, and I don?t mean that I?m a good way. The beginning was okay, and then things got... weird. Actually, completely ridiculous, especially considering the subject matter. I get it, it?s a book, it?s not supposed be real, but a ...

    3.5 ...

    Such a fun book! Very fast paced, fun romance, original story. I enjoyed the main character's growth arc from a bit of an obedient sheep to a free thinking, albeit confused, young adult. Would absolutely recommend. Can't wait to get this one into my library. ...

    *3.75 An enjoyable highly unrealistic book. Requires a high suspension of disbelief but was a fun a ride. Full review to come. ...

    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.** Okay, so I honestly didn't think I was going to be in the mood to read this when I started it, but from the first chapter onward I was hooked. The writing was fast, smooth and comp...

    This book is incredibly smart and shockingly witty. Mischa's narrative is funny and quick. If you loved the quick repartee of Gilmore Girls, you'll love this book. It moves fast and Mischa is a very worthy narrative. The mystery element is also really entertaining. It's basically a who...

    This was a great book. And it would make a great movie. And I've already written the script. The first win for this book is the spoofing of classic tropes (though I'm not sure if that was the intention or not). Mainly the classic super-cool-team-of-dudes-and-one-female-love-interest...

    I received a copy of this book thanks to Netgalley and Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. "I was low enough now to see cars on the highway, with little tiny people inside them, driving to and fro, like little ants m...

    I do not envy today's high schoolers and the immense pressure upon them to compete for spots in all types of college. I went through that to get into nursing school and it was intense. I cannot imagine having to fill my platter in high school with tons of extracurriculars that I don't ...

    Synopsis: Mischa Abramavicius works harder than anyone at her prestigious prep school. While her peers drive BMWs and are descendants of historically wealthy families of power, she is at Blanchard Prep on scholarship. Finally, the day comes for her college acceptance letters to beg...