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In the sixth book in this popular series, Zoey makes a shocking discovery. What Zoey saw is turning her life upside down. She used to think her family was perfect, that ehr parents were really in love. But what she saw changed all that. And it's making Zoey think about love in a whole different way. In the sixth book in this popular series, Zoey makes a shocking discovery. What Zoey saw is turning her life upside down. She used to think her family was perfect, that ehr parents were really in love. But what she saw changed all that. And it's making Zoey think about love in a whole different way.


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In the sixth book in this popular series, Zoey makes a shocking discovery. What Zoey saw is turning her life upside down. She used to think her family was perfect, that ehr parents were really in love. But what she saw changed all that. And it's making Zoey think about love in a whole different way. In the sixth book in this popular series, Zoey makes a shocking discovery. What Zoey saw is turning her life upside down. She used to think her family was perfect, that ehr parents were really in love. But what she saw changed all that. And it's making Zoey think about love in a whole different way.

30 review for What Zoey Saw

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicky (burialshroud)

    I don’t think I ever read these books in order when I was a kid. I read each one multiple times and got a pretty good (read:encyclopaedic) handle on the sequence of events but I never read from book 1 to book 28 one after the other, my reading of the books always depended on what I could get from the library, how much pocket money I had, skipping books because I didn’t want to read about a particular subject at the time. Anyway my point is I read this one after only having read books 1 and 4 and I don’t think I ever read these books in order when I was a kid. I read each one multiple times and got a pretty good (read:encyclopaedic) handle on the sequence of events but I never read from book 1 to book 28 one after the other, my reading of the books always depended on what I could get from the library, how much pocket money I had, skipping books because I didn’t want to read about a particular subject at the time. Anyway my point is I read this one after only having read books 1 and 4 and it was part bummer, part delightfully scandalous and at the time I felt it was a very mature volume due to Zoey’s grim (read:hilariously self-pitying) behaviour. The last book ended with Zoey fleeing Lucas-and-condom filled Vermont only to return home to find her mom banging Jake’s dad. She spends this book being melodramatic and cynical, tearing down the post-it quotes above her desk, hurling various possessions into the trash, barking with laughter at Lucas’s reconciliation attempts and finally confronting Jake’s dad at his place of work, “Stay away from my family!” etc, and this is how Jake finds out about the affair. Ouch, another blow for poor, sweet Jake. At least his sister appears to be alive in this book, being driven around Chatham Island, smiling at passersby. In my review of Claire Gets Caught, I said that Lucas was no longer conscious of Claire’s presence, let alone holding a torch for her. I feel foolish now, because in this instalment the pair have not one, but TWO make-out sessions after they see Zoey and Jake comforting each other. This’ll end well! In the end, Zoey’s parents break up and her father reveals that he has an illegitimate daughter. Ooooooh, scandalous! I’m not totally sure what happened with the other characters in this book so I’m guessing it wasn’t anything important. I don’t have any stand-out favourite bits in this book. I burned through it so quickly I don’t know if I even put it down. This series rules!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Saadia Y

    Definitely the most dramatic so far! I wonder, are people this stupid in real life...? Probably. Have I mentioned how much I hate Claire?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    This was THE MOST DRAMATIC. :O Things! All the things! So many things! But I guess really two major things and one less major thing. (view spoiler)[ The big one was Zoey and Benjamin's mom hooking up with Jake's dad :( So sad :( I felt bad for everyone :( Although I really liked this book, I do have to say that a large number of the situations/problems cropping up in this series could be either solved or heavily fixed if people would just communicate with each other. Specifically Zoey. I wish she This was THE MOST DRAMATIC. :O Things! All the things! So many things! But I guess really two major things and one less major thing. (view spoiler)[ The big one was Zoey and Benjamin's mom hooking up with Jake's dad :( So sad :( I felt bad for everyone :( Although I really liked this book, I do have to say that a large number of the situations/problems cropping up in this series could be either solved or heavily fixed if people would just communicate with each other. Specifically Zoey. I wish she had've told Benjamin when she found out about her mom instead of keeping it from him. Having someone else to talk about it with would've helped her think rationally and they could've talked about things as a family instead of Zoey feeling like she had to single-handedly fix the problem. I understand that she wanted to protect Benjamin, but still... she's gotta know that sooner or later he's going to find out, especially since he's so perceptive. Secondly, I really wish she would just communicate with Lucas. That's probably the more annoying part. If she loves Lucas she needs to understand that he deserves to know what's going on. Why won't she tell him? Instead she's just super cryptic about it. It leads to Lucas seeing her with Jake and getting the complete wrong idea because she refuses to say listen something bad happened with my family and Jake's family. She doesn't even have to tell him what exactly happened, but it's ridiculous to leave him out of it. And it lead to the end of the book where it appears Lucas is going to hook up with Claire to somehow get back at Zoey. As well, I wish Lucas had've told someone about knowing who the guys were who beat up Christopher. He doesn't necessarily have to tell Christopher, but the reason he isn't saying anything is because he's worried for his and Zoey's safety. I feel like Zoey (and her family) have a right to be involved in this decision. It's going to bite Lucas in the ass because inevitably people are going to find out he knew, and I'm most worried about Christopher finding out. The other big thing that happened was Christopher just going way off the deep-end. Like, holy fuck. Christopher needs some serious, serious help. I don't even think I like him even a little anymore. I get that Aisha wants to help him but she is going to seriously put herself in a lot of danger. She tried and he didn't listen and if something happens to Aisha because of Christopher I will be pissed. Some other things that happened: - Apparently Zoey and Benjamin have a sister from when their dad cheated on their mom awhile back. - Nina was pretty amusing and awesome the whole time. If I was going to be friends with one of these girls, I would hands down pick Nina. I especially love her catty hilarious comments about Claire, and her trying to get her dad to date while simultaneously throwing Claire under the bus. - Speaking of Claire, she needs to be more communicative with Jake too. And I will be VERY unpleased if she and Lucas end up hooking up. Not that they'll actually have sex because this series seems pretty determined to continue hammering down the message that sex = bad which is probably my #1 biggest complaint about the whole thing. (hide spoiler)]

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Read these as a kid, me and my sisters loved them -Vanessa

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    This was one of the more emotion filled installments of this series. It was full of angst and revelations. So sad about the developments between one of my favourite pairings. Claire is still the worst!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books

    Feeling nostalgic for the books of my youth, I revisited Katherine Applegate and her Islanders omnibus editions (first released as the Making Out series way back in 1993. Yes, I am that old...). While I found them to be overly-dramatic and a little bit cheesy on second reading, I think they would be loved by teenagers today. YA has taken a much-welcome step in the sphere of fantasy, science fiction and Dystopia, largely, in recent years so for teenagers looking for the traditional romance novels Feeling nostalgic for the books of my youth, I revisited Katherine Applegate and her Islanders omnibus editions (first released as the Making Out series way back in 1993. Yes, I am that old...). While I found them to be overly-dramatic and a little bit cheesy on second reading, I think they would be loved by teenagers today. YA has taken a much-welcome step in the sphere of fantasy, science fiction and Dystopia, largely, in recent years so for teenagers looking for the traditional romance novels filled with teen-angst and buried secrets, these are a good series to turn to. A little bit Dawson's Creek in it's setting and it's drama, The Islanders is the perfect teen soap opera.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    Zoey is an annoying narrator. She really does need to grow up. Other than that, I loved the book. Nice edition to the series. =]

  8. 4 out of 5

    Katelynn

    This one is so juicy and so upsetting. More please!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Isa

    4.0

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sam Kenyon

  11. 5 out of 5

    Strain

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

  13. 4 out of 5

    J.S.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aonik

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christa

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    Jamie Coughlin

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jo Smith

  18. 4 out of 5

    a.b.stagrammer

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

  20. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

  21. 4 out of 5

    Katy Doležalová

  22. 5 out of 5

    Franzi

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    Jenaya

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    Kelly

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    MichaVerma

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    Nela

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid Díaz

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katha Rinchen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carina

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ros Weinberg

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