Book Review For So I’m A Double Threat – Double Threat Series

Author – Julie Prestsater

Book Review For Double Threat (Book 1)

In this fun-filled, fast-moving young adult novel, sassy 14-year-old Megan Miller and her close-knit friends, begin their four-year high school journey.

Expectations and hopes are high for their freshman year. Maggie wants nothing more than to experience all that high school has to offer – growing freedom, hot boys, parties, make out sessions, and did I mention boys?

Enter Alex Aguilar. 17, he is carver night’s sports superstar and a dreamy one at that. Despite the hype and stereotype, he is super sweet, and Maggie is beyond smitten. However, he is a senior and so he should be off limits to a ninth grader, right?


I gave this 4 stars

My Thoughts

This book is your typical teens, with typical teenage issues. It’s ‘how they deal with things’ type of book. It’s good to watch them deal with the situations they are faced with. We all remember being a teen right? This book brings you right back.

Why I Enjoyed This Read

Really lovable and witty characters, and a strong, fun and genuine storyline. I didn’t think I would enjoy it as much as I did.

Who Would Enjoy This Read

Someone looking for a good young adult series read, with your usual teenage drama’s that is exciting throughout.

Overall Thoughts

Surprisingly enjoyable read and the writing is strong. I remember I read this book in a week, sitting in my bed with my kindle, probably one of the very few books I couldn’t put down when I first got my kindle!






  • Daniel

    From what I have read from here, I think that this book is perfect for my sister which is 16 years old. I think that it is important to gain some experience from this kind of books and it is especially important for teens. Thank you for this instructive review, it is very helpful.

  • Renton

    Interesting review. i Think this book would target teens more (probably because its about them). I think that anyone interested in these teen type stories that remind you about a time when life was a little less complicated (at least that is what hindsight tells us!)

    I think these stories are a nice escape from the reality most of us know.

  • Alice

    When I was a teenager, I really enjoyed reading light romance novels and so I believe my niece who’s a sophomore high would love to have this book “So I’m a Double Threat.” Contrary to what some people think that teenagers these days no longer read books or novels because they prefer to spend time on social media, I know a lot who still value their “alone” time, reading their favorite books.Thanks for this great review.

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