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The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend

The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend - Kody Keplinger The thing about The Duff is it gives you the very light feels. Well written story. It relaxes you while giving you the butterflies in your stomach and smile in your face.

The characters portrays a very realistic role among the teens nowadays. Teens who has issues about friendship, love, family, and self-esteem. And the thing that got me is at the end of the day, nobody is suicidal. HAHA. I half meant it. And everybody's on good terms(which includes B's parents, B's first love Jake, B and Toby, B and Casey and Jessica, Wesley and his family, and B and Wesley of course). HAHA. But on the serious note, I just love every character in the story. Their chemistry is just so fun. You could feel the humor in some moments and it really makes me grin. Especially Bianca's sarcasm, Casey's being straightforward, Toby's politeness, Wesley's arrogance and oh Jessica's innonence. I love everything about the characters.

But my most favorite part of all, of course, is Wesley. Wesley being this boy who becomes weak when it comes to B. Seriously, he's one of sweetest guy ever. Making notes and love letter for B. I'm swooning over him. really. I love his line:
Wesley Rush doesn't chase girls, but I'm chasing you.
ahhhh. okay. cheesy, isn't it? i feel the sincerity and his determination to win back B.

So much love and feels for the book. I really thank Kody Keplinger for giving us this kind of story. The last time I feel this giddy and happy about a book is after I read To All The Boys I've Loved Before, which was a year ago I think. and I am so happy to be feeling this light feels again after reading The Duff. I honestly don't know of this becoming a movie not until recently. And with the happiness it gives me, I'm definitely watching the movie ♥♥♥