Size 14 Is Not Fat Either

Size Is Not Fat Either Size Is Not Fat Either is part of a mystery series for adults and teenagers alike taking readers into the world of music pop idols and murder

  • Title: Size 14 Is Not Fat Either
  • Author: Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9780330443944
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Size 14 Is Not Fat Either is part of a mystery series for adults and teenagers alike, taking readers into the world of music, pop idols and murder.

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    1. Meg Cabot

      Librarian note AKA Jenny Carroll 1 800 Where R You series , AKA Patricia Cabot historical romance novels.Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flunked freshman Algebra twice, then decided to cut her own bangs After six years as an undergrad at Indiana University, Meg moved to New York City in the middle of a sanitation worker strike to pursue a career as an illustrator, at which she failed miserably, forcing her to turn to her favorite hobby writing novels for emotional succor She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a decade long stint as the assistant manager of a 700 bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses She is now the author of nearly fifty books for both adults and teens, selling fifteen million copies worldwide, many of which have been 1 New York Times bestsellers, most notably The Princess Diaries series, which is currently being published in over 38 countries, and was made into two hit movies by Disney In addition, Meg wrote the Mediator and 1 800 Where R You series on which the television series, Missing, was based , two All American Girl books, Teen Idol, Avalon High, How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire, Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format Boy Next Door, Boy Meets Girl, and Every Boy s Got One , a mystery series Size 12 Is Not Fat Size 14 Is Not Fat Either Big Boned , and a chick lit series called Queen of Babble Meg is now writing a new children s series called Allie Finkle s Rules for Girls Her new paranormal series, Abandon, debuts in Summer of 2011 Meg currently divides her time between Key West, Indiana, and New York City with a primary cat one eyed Henrietta , various back up cats, and her husband, who doesn t know he married a fire horse Please don t tell him Series Airhead The Princess Diaries Mediator

    692 thoughts on “Size 14 Is Not Fat Either”

    1. Somewhere between book one ("Size 12 Is Not Fat") and book two "Size 14 Is Not Fat Either", I have completely fallen in love with the characters of the Heather Wells series by Meg Cabot. I enjoyed the first book but LOVED the second!Although it may be tempting to side-step the first book for this absolutely hilarious read (I actually laughed out loud several times), don't! Author Meg Cabot references many incidents from the first book and a lot of the characters carry over. "Size 14 Is Not Fat E [...]

    2. I really wanted to like this book because I enjoyed the first one.However, the CONSTANT body hating was so distracting and disappointing. The chapter that Heather goes to a frat party and judges every girls body and they way they dressed was so disappointing and honestly painful to read. She assigned each girl at the party by clothing size, ie "the 2's" etc and was extremely judgmental of any female character throughout the book who she deemed "skinny" or may have taken more time on their appear [...]

    3. Another chick lit murder mystery, this is the sequel to Size 12 Is Not Fat and I'm not sure why I bought this one since I did not like the first one. I keep reading Meg Cabot's books hoping I'll like them, but it is very clear that her true calling is writing for pre-teens (she's the author of the Princess Diaries series). Her heroines are such complete airheads. They always act and sound like 12-year-olds and yet the intelligent, accomplished, handsome men always end up falling for their charm [...]

    4. I read Size 12 and loved it, but about a third of the way into this book the main character, Heather, just really started getting on my nerves. I tried picturing her a million different ways and even tried to give her a different voice, but she was just obnoxious. She's the kind of girl I really don't like to even be around. I would describe her as silly or even ditzy. Not cute at all. By the end of the book, I was annoyed and just ready for the book to be over. I won't be finishing the series.

    5. Not my favorite of the series so far, but towards the end it got SO MUCH BETTER. Can't wait to read the next installment and swoon.

    6. I *love* Heather Wells. And I think I love this book even more than the first one. I had resisted reading Meg Cabot for a long time. I thought the titles of her books were cheesy and girlie. I didn't want to read another chick-lit novel that was focused on the heroine finding love and getting married. And this is precisely why I ended up loving her writing and her characters. Heather Wells is not a character that's all about finding love and getting married. She's a funny, insecure, but absolute [...]

    7. really cute "chick lit" book i rented from the library. i like to read "light" books before i go to bed, to fall asleep to. i learned my lesson, that reading horror books before bed is no bueno. this is a cute story by meg cabot, author of the popular "the princess diaries" series. its part of her heather wells detective series. heather wells is a retired 29 year old rock star (and size 14) who now works as the manager of "new york college" dorm where students have been getting murdered left and [...]

    8. I love these fun mysteries about a former pop star now working in a college dorm-- excuse me, residence hall. Heather is a delightful character, and the thrills and chills and complications of her life are great. I love it that she plays the guitar all night, working on her own songs, but wants to major in criminal justice, because frankly she wants to see justice done. She champions students, harasses the ones she knows are up to no good (for their own good) and even tries to talk a drug dealer [...]

    9. Heather's adventures continue when the head of a cheerleader shows up in a pot in the dorm cafeteria.Heather intends to let the police handle the investigation this time, but when her friend pleads with her to make sure the real culprit is caught, she decides she can make some discreet inquiries. While Cooper is not happy about that and repeatedly cautions her to stay out of the case, she finds she can't do that, and he ends up escorting her to a couple of those inquiries himself, especially to [...]

    10. Real rating: 2.5You know that a book is really bad when the only good part of it are the last 10 pages,and they are good mostly because of Reggie''the drug dealer''.The rest was pure hell.Heather freaking Wells,you are not 12 anymore,so will you stop acting like a child?Nope?Okay.The first part,Size 12 is Not Fat,was okay,but this one?Jesus Christ,reading this was a torture.I thought that Heather loves herself even though she's size 14 now,but nooooo.So much body hated the sad part is that this [...]

    11. I thought this book was the usual feel-good-makes-you-laugh kind of book Meg Cabot is known for. It continues Heather Wells, former teen-pop sensation, mission to move on with her life as a residence hall director for a New York college. Once again a student has been murdered and Heather has to worm her way into solving the crime. I think so far this has to be my favorite Meg Cabot series, next to her Princess series. It was definitely a good book to read on a wet and rainy day. The ending even [...]

    12. I love the mysteries in these books. They aren't necessarily original, but they are in the way they are solved. These books make me laugh while also spooking me here and there. They aren't really twisted with tons of plot twists, but they are a perfect mix of chick lit and mystery. They are light but they are also a tad scary at the same time.

    13. Wow these books just keep getting better and better. Now I only just finished the second book but I haven't lost any interest in this series and I think that's pretty good. (view spoiler)[Now Heather Wells is still the sassy older version of Nancy Drew. There's another murder to solve - which of course no one wants her to be apart of the investigation because of what happened or nearly happened to her during the last murder investigations. Oh, you know, when she almost died three times. Luckily [...]

    14. 3.5 to 4 stars The name of this book (& all the books in this Heather Wells series) doesn't do the series justice. It's a light, fun, fluffy cozy mystery even though the deaths are fairly gruesome and a quick read. At first, I thought this one wasn't as good as the 1st I read (&in the series), Size 12 Is Not Fat but in other ways the mystery storyline was better. Either way, the main character, Heather Wells, is lovable and easy to get attached to and her personal story was left in a cli [...]

    15. Masih sama kayak buku sebelumnyayang dibaca setahun lalu (hadeeh, kebiasaan), si Heather masih tetep "ajaib" pikirannya, masih "lusting after" induk semangnya, si Cooper, dan mikir yang ngga2 kalau udah berhubungan sama yang bersangkutan. Dan, kali ini dia juga lagi2 terlibat dalam kasus pembunuhan.Maunya Heather sih, dia udah ga mau ikut campur, tapi karena kepo is her middle name, maka Heather alih profesi. Dari asisten gedung tinggal (Heather menolak istilah asrama. Ga kekeluargaan, katanya) [...]

    16. This is the second installment in the Heather Wells mystery series. Since I accidentally read the third book (Big Boned) first, reading Size 14 is Not Fat Either wraps up the series for me. The head of a girl who lives in Fisher Hall is found boiling in a pot on the stove in the cafeteria. Who killed this girl and why? Where is her body? Heather Wells, the assistant director of Fisher Hall, cannot resist the urge to find out the answers to these questions herself instead of waiting for the polic [...]

    17. Dalam series ini, Heather dihadapkan pada masalah pembunuhan lagi yang kini lebih sadis. Ada kepala di temukan di dalam panci di cafetaria pemondokan!!! mengerikan!!!Cooper si pemilik rumah yang ditumpangi Heather sudah mewanti-wanti agar heather tidak ikut campur, karena sudah merupakan pembunuhan yang sadis. Tapi si Heather kayanya emang punya naluri kepo tingkat tinggi dan gak bisa cuma diem doang dengan kasus yang ada. Tapi yang bikin senyam-senyum sendiri, meski geregetan dengan kekepoan He [...]

    18. I picked this up because I was away and had literally nothin else to read. I'd never read the first one and was not at all encouraged by the blurb; I typically hate chick-lit and detest romance becoming involved in a crime story. However, I got through this book in a day (not, I hasten to add, because I couldn't put it down, rather it was just a very very light read) and by the end, I'd grown quite fond of Heather. I still didn't care who she would end up with, but I found her a likeable charact [...]

    19. Needed to balance out my more serious choices and thought this would be some enjoyable fluff based on the first book. Not worth the read at all. The main character was less enjoyable this time around (and she was pretty terrible the first time around the more I think about it) and the story just dragged on. I spent most of the time thinking was this necessary?

    20. Only 2.5 stars. I didn't like this one quite as much as the first. The murder mystery is on the gruesome side and more obvious to figure out who did it. Also, all the talk about food and size comparisons is distracting and somewhat annoying the second time around.

    21. Another fun Meg Cabot book. I love this one as it is a cozy mystery series and I love me some cozy mysteries.

    22. Confession: In spite of what I thought of Heather Wells in the first book of this series, I found myself loving her strange charm in this second book. While there were still a lot of things I found frustrating about her, I felt like the circumstances of the murder mystery in Size 14 really brought out the best of Heather Wells.I definitely enjoyed Size 14 Is Not Fat Either and found Heather and the book itself a fun, entertaining read--something you don’t have to think about too hard either.An [...]

    23. I really liked this instalment in the Heather Wells series. It's a fun, easy read with a nice (easy) mystery. It was really easy figuring out who the killer was but that didn't take away from the enjyoment of the book. But the (view spoiler)[drug ring bust undercover Reggie is actually a fed named Brian totally got me out of nowhere! (hide spoiler)] Didn't even remotely suspect that. Well played! And Heather is such a fun character and just as lovable as she was in the first book.So overall, thi [...]

    24. I only picked up this book because (a) I needed a minimum of $10 to use my credit card at the used bookstore (b) I'd had okay luck with Meg Cabot's books before and (c) I didn't have time to look for anything else because I didn't feel like putting any more money in the parking meter.I usually just rate books and move on and I was chugging along okay, until the ending/reveal which completely offended my sensibilities mainly because the main character Heather has NO common sense whatsoever. like [...]

    25. untuk cerita misterinya sendiri, aku gak terlalu suka. pertama terlalu gory *yucks, boiled head on the pot*, kedua penjahatnya terlalu straight forward, gak ada kejutannya, red herring-nya masak cuman pake nama yang sama aja, dan yang terakhir, uhhm ya penjahatnya bodoh, (view spoiler)[bocah manja yang bisanya cuma pura-pura menakutkan, sembunyi di balik topeng dan teman-temannya dan nama keluarganya (hide spoiler)]. memang sih, ada juga tegangnya di bagian akhir plus kejutannya(baik)nya, tapi j [...]

    26. Predictable. Average. But still slightly charming. Intrigued enough to continue with this character in the next installment, Big Boned. It also probably has something to do with my loyalty to Meg Cabot. I'll pretty much read anything she writes (yes, even the Abandon books). Heather is actually a really difficult character to like. The body-shaming is really killing me. I understand that's the point of the character (I mean, look at the title) but it's literally every page. You don't like exerci [...]

    27. Size 14 is Not Fat Either is the second Heather Wells book that author Meg Cabot has written. In my opinion, its quite a bit better than the first. Granted, I did really enjoy Size 12, but now, the characters are more established for me. We already have a 'relationship' and I know what to expect from each of them. That being sad Heather, Cooper, and all the rest STILL manage to throw some curve balls and keep the reader on her (or his) toes.Heather, having passed her employee probational period, [...]

    28. Size 14 Is Not Fat Either is a lot of fun. I don't think it's quite as funny as Size 12 Is Not Fat, but it still got quite a few laughs out of me. Meg Cabot certainly knows how to put people in a good mood with her books, which is why she's one of my favorite authors.This book is a bit more serious than the previous one. I don't think this is a bad thing, it's just different. Actually, I liked that Heather had to deal with more than just the murder of the girl in the dorms (as if that isn't enou [...]

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