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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Unrequited by Emma Grey. Unrequited by Emma Grey Goodreads Author. Seventeen-year-old Kat Hartland loathes Unrequited, the world's biggest boy band.
She's per cent immune to 'perfect' singer Angus Marsden and his unfailingly predictable lyrics. Show her the anti-fan club Just give her a proper musician. Or maybe the seriously hot med student who rescued her on the train. Ideal formal partner, right? Id Seventeen-year-old Kat Hartland loathes Unrequited, the world's biggest boy band. Ideal everything But when Kat comes face to face with Angus Marsden himself, things start to get complicated.
Throw in a deranged female singer, an enraged fandom, final exams, a part in a musical and a mum who just doesn't get it—and where is her best friend? When did life get so crazy? Kat's just an ordinary schoolgirl. Isn't she? Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 6. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Unrequited , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Unrequited. Jun 07, Chelsey Ellice rated it it was amazing Shelves: favourites , favourite-stand-alone , should-be-a-movie , stand-alone , music , paperback , own-it , young-adult , 5-star , book-boyfriend. Absolutely loved this book.
I was hooked straight away. Loved the different love interests and the way Kat and Joel meet again and the whole L26 and anonymous doing writing partner View 1 comment. Kat Hartland is seventeen when her mum strong-arms her into taking her two twelve-year-old twin sisters to a concert - Annie and Jess are crazy fan girls who can't get enough of super-popular boy band Unrequited and especially lead singer Angus Marsden , but Kat is horrified at the thought of sitting through two hours of music she considers totally processed and overly-merchandized.
On the way to the concert, she meets a hot young medical student who ends up helping her and the twins get to the concert venue. And at the concert itself, Angus Marsden who's pretty hot himself actually seems to single her out during the show, as if he's really interested.
Kat tells herself that she'll never see the med student again she doesn't even know his name , and she's convinced that Angus was just doing his usual boy band thing. But she's totally wrong! But Cinderella stories are all about dreams come true, aren't they? And dreams do come true here, even if they aren't necessarily the dreams we expect. Kat wishes she could see Joel again, but she has little interest in Angus who she believes is a womanizing pop idol with little understanding of either music or real life.
I wanted Kat and Joel to find each other, but I also wanted Kat to get to know Angus - who just might not be the airhead pop star she thinks he is at one point, he compares Kat to Jane Austen's Elizabeth Bennett, who was so prejudiced against Mr.
Darcy that she couldn't see the man he really was. So what exactly is it that Kat really wants, and will she ever find it? One of the best things about this novel is Kat Hartland, who is a totally believable twenty-first century teenager.
She's a bit of an iconoclast she wears vintage clothes, seldom uses make-up, and spends her free time writing music , but she's no Bella Swan she's neither clumsy nor insecure, and in no way does she need a guy to take care of her.
At the same time, she longs for romance - she's just not sure how to go about making it happen. Actually, Kat's inexperience with boys was the only aspect of her character that seemed a bit of a stretch to me - not only has she never kissed a boy before meeting Joel and Angus, but she's never even had a boy's arm around her. But what ultimately happens is actually very sweet and very poignant - and part of what makes that work is the kind of young woman Kat is her inexperience actually makes it easier for her to respond to both Joel and Angus in a direct and open fashion that is both intriguing and endearing.
I believed her totally, in spite of her inexperience. I was hooked from the first chapter! And nothing about any of it was predictable - I was never quite sure whether Kat would end up with Joel or Angus.
While this is most definitely a romance and Kat spends a lot of time thinking about the two guys who might or might not be in her life , it's also a story about a young woman with very specific career goals of her own. She may dream of romance, but her ultimate fantasy is about being a star in her own right, singing for her own legion of fans.
And that's part of what makes this novel more than just a "girl meets boy" fairy tale. All three, in some way, are about an average person whose life is changed by meeting someone very famous. And all three have fabulous endings - fairy tale endings with just enough reality to make them totally believable.
I am decades older than Grey's target audience I haven't been a teenager in over forty years! This is a terrific novel - I totally recommend it. My two teenaged daughters are going to LOVE this book.
I read it first buyer's prerogative and stayed up way past my bedtime to find out how it ends. This is a great tale, told at a cracking pace but still managing to include all the essential juicy, tantalising, unexpected story-telling elements.
The main character, Kat, is going to appeal to my jazz-singing, guitar-playing older daughter, while Angus, the lead singer of the boy band, is going to capture my One Direction-adoring, Harry Styl My two teenaged daughters are going to LOVE this book. The main character, Kat, is going to appeal to my jazz-singing, guitar-playing older daughter, while Angus, the lead singer of the boy band, is going to capture my One Direction-adoring, Harry Styles-obsessed younger girl's attention.
This is the first 'Young Adult' book that I have read since I was a young adult myself, and as a mother of teenaged girls it was great to see Kat with her feet on the the ground and her head screwed on pretty tight - she's a good role model. But really, "Unrequited" is a bit of a fantasy, a bit of a fairy tale, and I'm not at all embarrassed to admit that I thoroughly enjoyed a few hours of YA escapism, not to mention reminiscing over my own slightly awkward teen obsessions Nik Kershaw, anyone?
Just me then? I can't wait for my girls to read it so we can talk about it and argue over which actor is going to play Angus Marsden in the movie, and whether they'll do open auditions for Kat. Who wouldn't secretly wish this storyline would happen to them? I loved it.
Tears and goosebumps at the end! So just imagine your boy band crush picked you out of million girls in a concert and broadcast it over tweeter? This book is not really about a fangirl, its actually the opposite of fangirling. Kat was asked by her mum to her twin sisters to the concert which she totally loathed. I didn't expect to like this book, but yeh I totally found myself fangirling lol.
Its a good book, its really entertaining and made me feel like I was still in high school. View 2 comments. Mar 10, Fatima rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own. This book was seriously fun. I legitimately had a ball reading it. It was all so funny, so silly, so unbelievable, and just like what probably most teenage girls have dreamed about at some point in their life, even if just fleetingly.
And to top it off, the writing was so fast and dramatic and wild, it made it all the more fun. But it worked here, made the story This book was seriously fun. But it worked here, made the story faster, made the characters funnier. There are other characters besides the two love interests and Kat, which make it a more well-rounded story. We get lots of input from other characters, and how this wild ride is affecting them as well.
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