The Boy Book: A Study of Habits and Behaviors, Plus Techniques for Taming Them

The Boy Book A Study of Habits and Behaviors Plus Techniques for Taming Them From E Lockhart author of the highly acclaimed New York Times bestseller We Were Liars which John Green called utterly unforgettable comes The Boy Book the second book in the uproarious and heart

  • Title: The Boy Book: A Study of Habits and Behaviors, Plus Techniques for Taming Them
  • Author: E. Lockhart
  • ISBN: 9780385732093
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • From E Lockhart, author of the highly acclaimed, New York Times bestseller We Were Liars, which John Green called utterly unforgettable, comes The Boy Book, the second book in the uproarious and heartwarming Ruby Oliver novels.Here is how things stand at the beginning of newly licensed driver Ruby Oliver s junior year at Tate Prep Kim Not speaking But far away in ToFrom E Lockhart, author of the highly acclaimed, New York Times bestseller We Were Liars, which John Green called utterly unforgettable, comes The Boy Book, the second book in the uproarious and heartwarming Ruby Oliver novels.Here is how things stand at the beginning of newly licensed driver Ruby Oliver s junior year at Tate Prep Kim Not speaking But far away in Tokyo Cricket Not speaking Nora Speaking sort of Chatted a couple times this summer when they bumped into each other outside of school once shopping in the U District, and once in the Elliot Bay Bookstore But she hadn t called Ruby, or anything Noel Didn t care what anyone thinks Meghan Didn t have any other friends Dr Z Speaking And Jackson The big one Not speaking.But, by Winter Break, a new job, an unlikely but satisfying friend combo, additional entries to The Boy Book and many difficult decisions help Ruby to see that there is, indeed, life outside the Tate Universe.From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. E. Lockhart

      E Lockhart is the author of Genuine Fraud, We Were Liars, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks, The Boyfriend List and several other novels website emilylockhartLiars site wewereliarsblog theboyfriendlistTwitter elockhart

    741 thoughts on “The Boy Book: A Study of Habits and Behaviors, Plus Techniques for Taming Them”

    1. As seen on The Readventurer"The Boy Book" is the second book about Ruby Oliver. While I thought the first book was great by itself and didn't actually require a sequel, I enjoyed this installment just as much as the first one. In this book Ruby continues learning about relationships with boys and her friends and figuring out how to balance both, although very often she remains her own worst enemy. Once again, plenty of lessons about love, friendships, female empowerment, written in a very clever [...]

    2. In a slight daze of fascinatingly-horrified recollection of what it was like to be a sixteen-year-old girl and in a sudden unexpected surge of previously dormant maternal instinct I just want to reach into this book and reassuringly pat Ruby Oliver on her shoulder. Nice job growing up, Roo. I'm actually really proud of you.It's pretty rare for me to like the sequel more than its predecessor. But how can I not in this case? I am so proud of Ruby's honest attempts to straighten out that whole mess [...]

    3. This series continues to impress me so, so much. While reading this one I just kept thinking that I’ve seen this girl so many times before: the quirky, talkative, somewhat eccentric girl(1)*. The girl who soldiers on even when everyone’s against her. This girl is a major fixture in young adult novels. Ruby Oliver has all of these attributes, yes, but they’re just a fraction of her whole self. She’s neurotic and jealous, thoughtful and earnest, petty and generous. She feels lust and remor [...]

    4. Another hilarious installment in the life of Ruby Oliver, this time documenting everything you could possibly need to know about boys. This includes: The Care and Ownership of Boobs, Levels of Boyfriends, Clever Comebacks to Catcalls and Why Girls are Better than Boys as well as a number of other need-to-know pieces of boy wisdom.In case you weren't aware by now, girls are better than boys because we smell better, always carry tampons and are more likely to survive if we fall off an ocean liner. [...]

    5. This wasn't bad. Sure, it's full of cliches, and Ruby doesn't get with the guy I wanted her to get with, but honestly, I didn't expect this to be amazing. It's teen chick-lit, and it delivers as teen chick-lit. I haven't read the first book in the series, and I don't want to read the first book. But if I ever come across the sequels, I might read them if I'm bored. Ruby reminds me of Junie B. Jones. Weird, but true. And Noel reminds me of the Colonel from Looking for Alaska. You think such a com [...]

    6. The Boy Book was another surprising read for me, like I mentioned before, I've struggled with YA lately, but with the Ruby Oliver series, I'm just able to connect on so many levels with Ruby and what she's going through, that it's making this series such a fun read for me. In The Boy Book, Ruby is trying to make it through junior year, with everything that went on last year, I was hoping that things would have settled down a bit more for her. It was fun following Ruby on this journey through hig [...]

    7. Initial reaction: This. Was. Awesome. I loved it, and I adore Ruby. I'm glad to see some of the resolutions to relationships in this book, as well as openings for potential new threads in the upcoming series. I decided not to factor the audiobook in my rating because I ended up ditching it and checking out an e-copy they had available at the library because I loved the story so much (I completely and utterly HATED the audiobook, and I don't say that lightly). More on this to come in my full revi [...]

    8. E. Lockhart makes me want to go back to high school so that I can do it again and do it right this time. I am convinced that with the tools I learned in this book, that I will be a master. Oh and I really want to meet a boy like Angelo. Somehow I missed knowing anyone like him in high school . The Boy Book is the second book in a four book series that focuses on Ruby Oliver. Ruby is a student at a private high school in Seattle, she has two off beat parents who mean oh so well (but are pretty fu [...]

    9. I'd promised to hold off on reading this for one of my meh-reading days, but I just couldn't help myself and picked it up and I loved it I'm done pretending to possess any self-control whatsoever when it comes to this series because I am most definitely starting the third one now. Why, you ask? Ruby Oliver is a little more aware of goings on in Tate. She's a little tougher, not so naive but still funny as heck. I think the first one was sufficient on it's own, but if this sequel proves anything [...]

    10. This was a funny and fun book. I enjoyed it. Boys should come with a user manual. It might be easier to understand them. Ruby is struggling with that. . .but who am I to complain. So do I. BOYS HELP!!

    11. “I made the right decision. But that doesn't mean I don't have any regrets.” For some reason, this line from the last chapter of The Boy Book left a sad, empty feeling inside. It made me want to wish that Ruby “Roo” Oliver were right in front of me so I could, right at that moment, just give her a biiiig hug. You know. Like girlfriends do. :P Since The Boyfriend List, I have grown quite fond of Roo and her various teenage debacles, panic attacks, and constant angsting about, well, stuff [...]

    12. What I liked:-break down of the girl hate trope-teenage angst-great character growth-feminist discourseWhat I didn't like:-the romance plot line (it just wasn't for me) This sequel was excellent and did a great job following up with Ruby Oliver's life after the events of the first book. I appreciated the character development in this book and how it show's Ruby really growing and learning from the first book. I really enjoyed that this book explored girl hate and played around with that trope in [...]

    13. This series just continues to amaze me. Ruby Oliver is back at Tate for another year: a year where she is wiser from her continual appointments with Doctor Z, more independent (although she would tell you this is a result of her being a "leper" the previous year), and armed with The Boy Book. In The Boy Book, Ruby has to deal with the consequences of her sophomore year debacle. Yes, this means dealing with her no-good ex-boyfriend whose radar frequency she's still on. Yes, this also means dealin [...]

    14. Ruby Oliver is back and more beloved than ever! At the start of junior year, Roo’s ex-best friend Kim is in Japan, and she’s still not speaking with her ex-boyfriend Jackson, whom Kim “stole” because she believed they were meant for each other. The only two people she’s sort of friends with are Noel, a guy who can be in any social group or none at all anytime he wants, and Nora, the only one out of her original group of four friends who will still speak with her. Roo continues her ther [...]

    15. Original Source: bookdragonlair.wordpress/My synopsis: Ruby Oliver survived the sophomore social debacle, now all she needs is to take a step back into the Tate Universe for her junior year hopefully, she can walk out with her mental health intact. And maybe some tips from The Boy Book will help. We can't know or say what other people will do. You have to think what you want to do. What you can do to get the situation where you want it to be.As usual a lot of things happen. Ruby develops n [...]

    16. I want to start off saying that I found this book to be much better than the first, most likely because there's some more Noah in it and some action *nudge nudge wink wink*I guess I'm not really one for footnotes, and lengthy ones for that matter, I find it drags away my attention too much and I lose focus but I still appreciate the idea of it.Also, Ruby still obsessing over Jackson got a bit annoying since she's been doing it for 1 and a half books now but luckily we see a bit of a change in th [...]

    17. Original post at One More PageSpoiler warning: Possible spoilers from the first book in this review.In the second book of the Ruby Oliver series, The Boy Book: A Study of Habits and Behaviors, Plus Techniques for Taming Them by E. Lockhart, we meet Roo again fresh from the throes of her (mis)adventures in the first book. This time, though, the rumors about her had settled down but it doesn't make her less of a social leper. On the up side, her ex-best friend, Kim, who stole her ex-boyfriend from [...]

    18. Rūbija Olivera no "Puišu saraksta" turpina iepazīt sevi un savas patiesās vēlmes nākamajā Emīlijas Lokhārtas jauniešu romānā "Puišu grāmata". Lai gan pirmais pārsteigums par autores foršo un asprātīgo rakstības stilu otrajā sērijas grāmatā nu jau šķiet kā pašsaprotama lieta, lasīšana vienalga ir patīkama un raiti iet uz priekšu. Žēl, ka mana paaudze savos saldajos sešpadsmit nepiedzīvoja tik sakarīgas pusaudžu grāmatas.Vairāk par grāmatu manā blogā: wp/p [...]

    19. Vairāk tiešām domāta pusaudžiem. Grāmata pēkšņi beidzās bez tādām īsti beigām. Bija lasāma taču ne pārāk interesanta.

    20. The Boy Book by Emily Lockhart picks up where The Boyfriend List left off. Ruby has turned sixteen and she's acquired her driver's license. She's now in junior year at Tate Prep, the school she attends in Seattle, on scholarship. Roo has started writing in The Boy Book, a book she and former best friend, Kim, started a few years ago. Things at school are still strained but Ruby is trying to get on with her life as best she can.Like the first book in the series, The Boy Book features funny footno [...]

    21. Where oh where was this book when I was fifteen!?!?!?If I had this book it would've been so much easier to survive adolescence. Easier to cope as a social retard. I would have had a guide to help me navigate the confusing sea of boy-girl relationships. I wouldn't have had to grope my way through like a headless chicken, clueless and alone.If you're suffering from depression due to problematic relationships, no need to pop pills or see a shrink. Reading this book is therapy in itself.Ruby Oliver [...]

    22. My Very Own Soundtrack Part Deux:Agnes Obel - Words Are DeadBroods - BridgesFlorence + the Machine - Addicted to LoveAmsterdam - DaughterThe Neighborhood - Let It GoI thought about making a new shelf for this series. Something witty and quirky and funny and meaningful - something uniquely Roo. Alas, my creativity is limited to meager words in this simple, single review. The thing about this book is that I thought it completely unnecessary (since I loved the first book so much), until I read it.T [...]

    23. Let me just say, I absolutely hate chic-lit. To me, it's too heavy on the romance, sometimes can be very petty, and does not interest me whatsoever. When The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks caught my interest and went on my TBR (however it is not anymore since I read it and gave it 4.5 stars) I saw the Ruby Oliver books next to it, and when I clicked on it just to see what it was about, I saw so many five star ratings from people I trust, I just had to read it. I liked The Boyfriend [...]

    24. I am loving these books. Like the first, The Boy Book was funny, I liked the characters, and again I liked the writing style. (This time, instead of a list of boyfriends and time-jumping, the story has excerpts from a book about boys that Ruby wrote with her friends, and the story is told in a linear fashion.)I also really liked Ruby's growth in this book. I like her friends, I like her evolving relationships. Truthfully, there's nothing about this book that I didn't already say about the first, [...]

    25. Okay, I must admit that I was already sold after The Boyfriend List: 15 Guys, 11 Shrink Appointments, 4 Ceramic Frogs and Me, Ruby Oliver but this book literally has me gushing. The series is only getting better. And even though it seems like it's just a book about high school girls liking boys, it ha really useful and deep messages like: 1) Life can get really complicated and you have to do the best you can2) Doing the right thing isn't always easy, especially when you're not even sure what the [...]

    26. Re-readRuby is back for another torturous year at Tate. Armed with tidbits from Doctor Z and the go to boy guide, The Boy Book, Ruby is attempting to wade through the remaining muck left behind from her disastrous sophomore year in which she lost not only her boyfriend, but all of her friends and was left branded with the blue spots of social lepersy.The Boy Book is a perfect continuation of Ruby’s story and naturally, there are boy issues. First there's Noel, who she can't quite decide if she [...]

    27. I enjoyed this story even more than the first. I donlt know if this is because this one is sligtly less soul shatteringly empethetically depressing or because our heroien, Ruby, isn't so irriating when it comes to descion making. She also doesn't whine as much; althougt there is some whining involved but give her a break it's teen angst. Mostly I think I liked reading this book more because it follows more of a strict pattern and time line. With Roo #1 she seemed to jump around from past to "pre [...]

    28. Review originally posted here.This book was the beginning of my love story for this series, while I did liked the first book I wasn't completely head over heels for it, but on this one Ruby won me over. In this book she is starting over, with her old friends and Jackson still totally ignoring her she has to start a new group of friend and a new life - I totally loved Noel, Meghan and Nora (Nora hangs out with them in this book right?), each of them bringed something to their little group and her [...]

    29. Another great installment of the fantastic Ruby Oliver series. I tend to be weary of sequels to books I love because often times they don't live up to the high expectations set by the first book. Fortunately, E. Lockhart didn't let me down. In this installment, Ruby navigates relationship with friends, ex-friends, and boys. The relationships with each of them grow and regress in believable ways. This book definitely had less suspense than the first, where the mystery of how Ruby ended up with pa [...]

    30. This is me. Judging Past Ellis so hardcore that it might as well just be called shunning. This second instalment in The Life and Times of Ruby Oliver, Flawless Teen Queen of the Perpetually Romantically Confused was nothing short of genius. It picks up a few months after Ruby started to tentatively put her life back together after the mess that preceded The Boyfriend List. She's figuring out how she's going to survive her junior year, which actually becomes about 80% easier when former best frie [...]

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