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Devon Delaney Should Totally Know Better

by Lauren Barnholdt

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It was hillarious and intriguing. I couldn't put it down. ( )
  Sweetlexington | May 21, 2011 |
This month, I read "Devon Delaney Should Totally Know Better." This book is by Lauren Barnholdt and is the sequel to "The Secret Life of Devon Delaney."

Before I began to read this book, my prediction is that Devon lies all over again and doesn't learn her lesson from the last time she lied. I predicted this because I read the book that came out before this one. Also the title gave me a hint. This is because the title says that she should totally know better, which means she done something wrong that she should have totally known better about that.

The title relates to the story because the title tells you that there is someone in the story which has done something and she knew it was wrong, but she went on and did it anyways for the second time. That is exactly what happened in the story, she knew lying was wrong, and she has gotten into huge trouble with lying before, but she went ahead and kept on lying. I think the author of this book picked a good title because this title has a nice ring to it. Instead of choosing something simple like "Devon Delaney Lies Again,” she chose something a bit different and catchy.
  SmileySmileyfaceLe | Dec 17, 2010 |
Devon Delaney has a problem, she constantly feels the need to lie. Each lie must be covered by another until things eventually backfire. Devon has done it once again. She has a boyfriend named Luke. Luke's old girlfriend Bailey wants him back and will do whatever it takes to win. Devon is jealous and trying to keep up with Bailey so she creates a former ex-boyfriend. Now Bailey insists on meeting him. Devon's world of lies comes crashing down as you can expect. I loved this book. The lesson to be learned regarding the truth is for everyone. I read part of this aloud to my class and the students started telling of times they had done similar things. I will definitely recommend this book. ( )
  skstiles612 | Jul 3, 2010 |
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Devon cannot believe she's lying again. But the thing is, she couldn't help it. Her new boyfriend, Luke is talking to his ex-girlfriend every single day in mock trial. Devon can't just stand by and let him find out that she'd never dated anyone else before.… (more)

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