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Back And Deader Than Ever by Lisi Harrison
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Back And Deader Than Ever

by Lisi Harrison

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Another great Monster High story. I started out reading these just to see what they were like since my daughter wanted them. I love them though. They are cute little monster stories, yes, but they are also such great lessons in tolerance and acceptance. I hope that's what my 10 year old takes away with her when she reads them, in addition to her love for the characters. I've come to love them too! I've always been a fan of the paranormal/fantasy type stuff, so I'm happy to see such a positive use of that genre for our kids. ( )
  MynTop | Apr 8, 2016 |
The RADS and Normies are now totally integrated at Merston High. The monsters looks are even becoming popular fashion statements. Frankie is obsessed with being normal and Cleo is not liking Frankie catching up to her in popularity. Melody has started singing with a local grunge band and made some new friends. Then Mr. D comes back and as usual he totally ignores Draculaura, so she enters a contest to try and get the school sponsored and get his attention that way. Then Mr. D (not knowing about Lala's contest) decides that the RADs need their own school. Now Lala has to win the contest or her and friends will have to leave their Normie friends behind.

It was fun and quick although there were definitely a few things that stuck out at me. Melody's problems work out b/c DJ makes an appearance. Is DJ also in a relationship with Melody? Is he similar enough to Jackson for it to work and are we really just completely ignoring her kiss with Granite?

I also felt like Clawd's treatment of Lala was kind of sucko and she didn't deal with it, although maybe that's going to be left for a future book?

There was one other thing but I don't remember it now, sigh. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
The RADS and Normies are now totally integrated at Merston High. The monsters looks are even becoming popular fashion statements. Frankie is obsessed with being normal and Cleo is not liking Frankie catching up to her in popularity. Melody has started singing with a local grunge band and made some new friends. Then Mr. D comes back and as usual he totally ignores Draculaura, so she enters a contest to try and get the school sponsored and get his attention that way. Then Mr. D (not knowing about Lala's contest) decides that the RADs need their own school. Now Lala has to win the contest or her and friends will have to leave their Normie friends behind.

It was fun and quick although there were definitely a few things that stuck out at me. Melody's problems work out b/c DJ makes an appearance. Is DJ also in a relationship with Melody? Is he similar enough to Jackson for it to work and are we really just completely ignoring her kiss with Granite?

I also felt like Clawd's treatment of Lala was kind of sucko and she didn't deal with it, although maybe that's going to be left for a future book?

There was one other thing but I don't remember it now, sigh. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
The RADS and Normies are now totally integrated at Merston High. The monsters looks are even becoming popular fashion statements. Frankie is obsessed with being normal and Cleo is not liking Frankie catching up to her in popularity. Melody has started singing with a local grunge band and made some new friends. Then Mr. D comes back and as usual he totally ignores Draculaura, so she enters a contest to try and get the school sponsored and get his attention that way. Then Mr. D (not knowing about Lala's contest) decides that the RADs need their own school. Now Lala has to win the contest or her and friends will have to leave their Normie friends behind.

It was fun and quick although there were definitely a few things that stuck out at me. Melody's problems work out b/c DJ makes an appearance. Is DJ also in a relationship with Melody? Is he similar enough to Jackson for it to work and are we really just completely ignoring her kiss with Granite?

I also felt like Clawd's treatment of Lala was kind of sucko and she didn't deal with it, although maybe that's going to be left for a future book?

There was one other thing but I don't remember it now, sigh. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
The RADS and Normies are now totally integrated at Merston High. The monsters looks are even becoming popular fashion statements. Frankie is obsessed with being normal and Cleo is not liking Frankie catching up to her in popularity. Melody has started singing with a local grunge band and made some new friends. Then Mr. D comes back and as usual he totally ignores Draculaura, so she enters a contest to try and get the school sponsored and get his attention that way. Then Mr. D (not knowing about Lala's contest) decides that the RADs need their own school. Now Lala has to win the contest or her and friends will have to leave their Normie friends behind.

It was fun and quick although there were definitely a few things that stuck out at me. Melody's problems work out b/c DJ makes an appearance. Is DJ also in a relationship with Melody? Is he similar enough to Jackson for it to work and are we really just completely ignoring her kiss with Granite?

I also felt like Clawd's treatment of Lala was kind of sucko and she didn't deal with it, although maybe that's going to be left for a future book?

There was one other thing but I don't remember it now, sigh. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316099171, Hardcover)

The RADs are free and Draculaura (Lala) is flashing her fangs with pride. But when Daddy Drac pays her a surprise visit everything goes batty. Mr. D. thinks RADs should have their own school, but Lala isn't ready to give up the rights they fought so hard for.

It's father against daughter in a battle for Salem's student body. Despite the many challenges, Lala is determined to save Merston High. But she might die twice while trying.

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"The RADs are free and Draculaura (Lala) is flashing her fangs with pride. But when Daddy Drac pays her a surprise visit everything goes batty. Mr. D. thinks RADs should have their own school, but Lala isn't ready to give up the rights they fought so hard for. It's father against daughter in a battle for Salem's student body. Despite the many challenges, Lala is determined to save Merston High. But she might die twice while trying."--Amazon.com.… (more)

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