James Patterson’s Middle School: My brother is a Big, Fat Liar is another gem. I have read his previous two editions, and this matches with the previous two books in the series.
What is the story about? Well, I will try to give you details without any spoilers. The book talks about Georgia Khatchadorian, younger sister of Rafe Khatchadorian, who is beginning her sixth grade at her brother’s old school, Hills Village Middle School. Those who have read previous editions would know Rafe well. He had built up a reputation of sort in the school, with his goal being breaking every single rule in the school. He had eventually failed and was expelled.
So when Georgia joins the school, her brother’s reputation precedes her and the teachers at the school think her to be same as Rafe. They are wrong. Georgia is NOTHING like Rafe. However, one can say she has a real tough time making friends since in the entire book, we come across only two people who can be considered Georgia’s friends, Rhonda and Sam. Rhonda is an ordinary girl who starts following her while Sam is her crush. Hills Village has a dance arranged for sixth grade, and Sam asks Georgia to dance with him. Georgia says yes, but just before she goes to the dance, her mom tells her a secret that can change her life…What is that secret…..well cannot give out any spoilers. Read it yourself, and you would be surprised.
I highly recommend this wonderfully entertaining and comic story.