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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Honey Girl Honey Girl, 1. Oct 08, Pearl Angeli rated it liked it Shelves: reads , arcs-and-books-for-review , owned-physical-copy , young-adult-contemporary , lgbt-book.

A book rich in teenage drama, Honey Girl was a quick and lighthearted read. When her dad passed away, she and her mom moved to Los Angeles, California to start a new life.

In California she met a crowd that interests her-- the LA surfers crowd and a group of "honey girls". But of course she has to follow some "rules" and tips in order to belong.

Admittedly, it took me a little while to warm up 3 Honey Stars! Admittedly, it took me a little while to warm up to the story not because it was boring or something but because I had a problem with the narrative style the author used in this book.

I felt disconnected because the narration tends to jump from one subject to another and most of it comes from Nani's random thoughts e.

Which is pidgin for crazy. Back home, pidgin is day-to-day local talk, kind of mix for Creole, English, and Hawaiian. These random thoughts that just pop up all of a sudden kind of confuse me.

However, once I got the writing in the later parts, I finally felt the flow and rhythm of the story. The protagonist was an interesting character especially because of her fascination with both the boys and the girls.

For me she was genuine and real. Her POV was also jovial, however, it has somewhat gone overboard with forced humor.

I get that the author aimed to put some sassiness in her character but it was lacking. I guess the main thing that really bothered me was the side characters.

I wish they weren't too many. Apart from that, these characters are also one-dimensional and there was nothing about them that's truly remarkable.

They flew in and out of the story without even making a difference to Nani. I guess the only character that has some sense to Nani was her mom.

I felt the raw emotions from her. There were little bits of dialogues in this book but for the most parts, it was all just descriptions.

I wish to see more interactions with sensible conversations and not just about some nonsense things going on in their lives. With everything being said, this book was a heart-warming and genuine read.

The message was simple and clear. How you value yourself, your family, and your friends is really important. The settings are also beautiful. I love beaches and everything summer so the book definitely made me feel as though I'm having a tropical vacation somewhere.

On the other hand, I loved the "rules" and female mantras. This book also offered LGBT vibes and I think this is one good diverse read that I can recommend to everyone especially to teenage readers.

If you are a die-hard fan of YA contemporaries, then you are bound to like this book. Thank you, Lisa! View all 17 comments. I don't get it and all it's doing is making me angry and want to throw the book across the room.

I thought my queer summer loving heart would love this novel. I feel bad but I have to dnf it at 65 pages, and I feel awful because I have an arc of the sequel but i'll have to give the books away to someone else who will hopefully like them.

There are a bunch of stupid rules that I can't wrap my head around. Girls can't be smart. Girls can't surf if I wasn't disabled I would LOVE to surf-i'm afab a I don't get it and all it's doing is making me angry and want to throw the book across the room.

Don't eat in front of guys I didn't get to that part but saw it in another review among more than 20 others.

And apparently they never bother to question them. They bow down to the rules that aren't written anywhere but are some unwritten code. The girls all seem to be spoiled stuck up air heads and I can't stand them any longer.

The number of things that angered me in just 65 pages is just What is it with needing to fit in? I don't understand it but even if I could, to this level And why would you want to fit in with a bunch of stuck up arrogant girls of all people?

Personal things I won't mention also got to me. And don't get me started on the creep factor of the underage sexualizing. Actually, don't get me started on any of it.

I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. View all 6 comments. Feb 27, Online Eccentric Librarian rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , literature. Navigating the beach culture, adhering to strict unwritten rules for girls, and coming to understand her own self are at the heart of 15 year-old half Hawaiian girl Nani's story.

She will have to integrate into the hierarchy of LA surfers, their 'honey girls', the valley girls, beach bums, sons of elite society, and also deal with her own deteriorating relationship with her mother.

Complicating things, Nani likes the girls just as much as the guys; budding relationships with each gender will each have their own pitfalls. Although the location is Southern California, the book is very much about Hawaiian culture before the corporate takeover of the Islands in the late s.

The playground of the elite jetsetters and local stars like Don Ho, it was a Hawaii that was both laid back and very intimate - where Nani's father owned a famous bar that attracted celebrities and surfers at the same time.

Nani loved her Hawaii and resents the move to the mainland. It is that intimate Hawaiian world that Nani brings to Santa Monica.

Following a strict set of 'rules' laid out by her former surfer girl Aunt, Nani will use them as a guide to slowly navigate her way around the elite crowd at the beach.

At times she will succeed and at times she will fail but the book captures perfectly the game the girls will play both to survive and to thrive in a boy's world.

Jealousy, pettiness, camaraderie, viciousness, redemption - Nani will find these and more in 'the line up' - the elite girlfriends of the 'hottest' surfers on the beach.

The pathos in the book is what keeps the story moving and riveting. From the callous disregard of the girls by the surfer boys to the teen girl machinations running as deep as the bay surf, it is beautifully played and faithfully low key.

There are no over-the-top antics or drama here - no beach blanket bingo or MTV crassness. No one is evil or good; each character is looking to find their own place in the world.

And while this has a YA age character, Honey Girl is very definitely a book written for adults. Never lurid, always grounded, it is an engaging read.

From the description, one might assume the book was about Nani's budding love life and a statement about the LGBT. But honestly, whether gravitating toward the boys or the girls, the story is more about the bigger picture of Nani's life rather than a microcosm of the lurid.

Nani is dealing not only with the change in her life, accepting the death of her father - but also an alcoholic mother only too eager to abandon Nani's Hawaiian heritage.

A heritage that Nani begins to question by the end of the story as she tries to apply Hawaiian surfer rules to the Los Angeles world.

Most of the interrelation scenes in the book are Nani feeling her way around unwritten but very static social mores. I would imagine this is fairly close to being autobiographical; there are so many bittersweet details of a Southern California and Hawaii now gone.

Skateboarders, Tab, roaches and joints, mismatched crochet bikini tops and hippy 'Topanga girls'; dolphin shorts and overgrown bougainvillea, iceplant borders along ocean-side roads.

Really, the only thing missing was a stronger soundtrack and I felt that lack keenly. The book doesn't embrace the songs of the era.

This is a beautiful, grounded, and nostalgic flashback of s Los Angeles surf culture, Hawaiian heritage, and the trials of growing up in an era of easy drugs, tricky subcultures, and great change.

Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher. Jul 08, Alex Pucksandpaperbacks rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , young-adult , own-voices , lgbtqia , owned.

I was sent this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Set in the summer of in California, we follow 15 year old, Nani who is dealing with the loss of her father, discovering herself and trying to fit in with the honey girls on the beach.

This story was very unique because it's about a Hawaiian girl living in where girls weren't allowed to surf and being gay wasn't accepted.

We see scenes of how you were treated if you were gay and it sadd I was sent this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. We see scenes of how you were treated if you were gay and it saddened me.

There is a scene where a gay man is beat up and screamed at for being gay. It was fascinating to learn about how different it was then vs now.

Nani is a complex character who is dealing with her mother, now a widow and living somewhere that isn't Hawaii. Throughout the story, Nani is focused on following rules she was taught to abide by to become a honey girl herself.

Nani grows a liking to the lead honey girl, Rox and discovers that she likes boys and girls. However, the story was very slow for me and I didn't feel that there was much emphasis on Nani having a crush on Rox.

This story is full of emotion and grief while Nani is grieving the loss of her father and trying to figure out a way to dump his ashes into the ocean where he belongs.

Honey Girl has a lot going on but I did enjoy the read. Historical fiction isn't a genre I normally read and I enjoyed the setting as well as Nani's character.

Lisa Freeman included Hawaiian slang and there is even a glossary in the back! It was fun to learn some Hawaiian words, it was very different!

I do believe that this is a great read for young readers because of Nani's character and discovering her sexuality. Pretentious, arrogant and superficial girls, the most unlikeable character I've ever read about, and no moral to the story whatsoever.

A crap novel about "fitting in" by following strict rules and trying too hard to suck up to people. Everything I Loved: 1.

The dialogue was smooth and unique. The writing was fluid and interesting. The fact that it was set in the s. Everything I Hated: 1.

How Nani's relationship with her mom never changed. I understand there's a sequel to this novel, but if you're going to have a huge brawl going on with your mother, at least achieve some closure at the end of the novel.

How the whole supposed "coming-of-age lesbian" plot line didn't even show up until the last fourth of the book. Rox's character, and her relationship with Nani.

Basically all of the side-characters, who were all totally one-dimensional and lacked character completely.

The whole dramatic crap that went down at the end. The "rules", and how Nani wasn't even able to come to the conclusion that stupid rules like don't eat in front of guys is kind of just pathetic.

Why does she follow through with this system? Why can't we have a more strong-willed character who isn't trying to suck-up to a pack of arrogant losers?

But I guess if it wasn't for that, there wouldn't be a plot at all. This story lacked so much. The writing was beautiful, sure, and the s atmosphere was fantastic, but otherwise, this book was garbage!!!

View 2 comments. Mar 26, Liviania rated it really liked it. It came up in two totally unrelated forums that I frequent and I just knew that I had to read it.

Lesbian surfer girl? Sign me up! Of course, the problem with word of mouth is that the message can get a little garbled on the way.

She knows how to, but she doesn't, because she wants to be cool. And the consequences for being a girl that surfs can be way worse than a little social ostracism.

I would've thought that the s were more open to girl surfers; after all, Gidget was almost twenty years earlier! But I do know progress can be slow.

Plus, the setting is so wonderfully done. Lisa Freeman nails the setting. It takes place on State Beach, whose denizens must follow any number of unspoken rules in order to be accepted.

Nani, moving to California from Hawaii, takes all the knowledge she learned from the coolest girl at her beach and puts it toward getting in with the locals at State.

It's historical Mean Girls. Nani can be frustrating, with her dedication to a bunch of rules made mostly to keep girls in line, but it is such a true process.

Sometimes you have to color within the lines to gain social capital. Nani is afraid of coloring outside the lines, not the least because she likes girls as well as boys.

She's cool with who she is, but she knows what will happen to her if she comes out. And maybe it's a moot point, since she falls pretty hard for one of the surfers.

Even if she falls pretty hard for one of the girls on the beach too. She's got enough trouble from being mixed race, especially since her mother wants her to just be white since her father's death.

Nani, in other words, is dealing with a lot. Her summer is something to behold, as she both comes closer to her original goal and to realizing who she really wants to be.

HONEY GIRL is a coming of age story with an immersive sense of place and a heroine caught between her strong sense of self and the knowledge that who she is inside will never quite fit in.

View 1 comment. Apr 22, Danielle Life of a Literary Nerd rated it it was ok Shelves: poc-main-character , historical , lgbtq. This book is the epitome of summer drama.

It was light-hearted and fun and had plenty of funny moments. This is such a quick read and an ideal beach book. Things I Liked : - Politics.

The different rules for what it means to be local, what it means to be a girl, made the story so dramatic and fun. These unwritten rules strongly influenced how all the characters acted, but the story never felt forced.

It flowed really well and was natural and easy going. It was very natural and helped make her relatable as she tried to fit in.

I liked how she used astrology to classify everyone she met and used their signs to figure out how to act in a given situation.

The astrology was a little heavy handed at times, but something that made Nani a real individual. I liked learning about Annie through Nani and the rules, but never really felt like I knew her.

Honey Girls is an ode to 70s nostalgia and beach aesthetics. It captures drama, self discovery, whimsy, and sun in a quick paced and light hearted read.

Aug 14, Janie Johnson rated it liked it Shelves: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I am glad I was finally able to get to this book and I will soon also read it's sequel, Riptide Summer.

I thought that it being set in the 70's was really fun and somewhat nostalgic. I liked the characters a lot in this story, even though some of them were annoying, it was hard to trust some of them, because I could not tell if they were being genuine to Nani or jus I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

I liked the characters a lot in this story, even though some of them were annoying, it was hard to trust some of them, because I could not tell if they were being genuine to Nani or just being nice to her for their own gain, so that bugged me just a little bit.

I did wish that Nani did not try so hard to fit in or to be accepted, but I do realize that was the times. I found the story to be interesting, and I was pretty engaged to it, I found that I got sucked in pretty quickly.

I do have to say though that I found it maybe just a tad predictable. I could call parts of the story pretty easily, but it still was very fluid and easy to follow so I was able to enjoy it for the most part.

I do look forward to getting into Riptide Summer very soon. Mar 20, Jenna rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , lgbtq , young-adult , first-reads , goodreads-giveaways.

Nani has 2 main goals: the first is to release her father's ashes to the ocean, which she pilfered from her mother so they wouldn't be buried. The second is to find a place for herself with the locals.

To help her do that, Nani has a list of rules to follow. Though she's grieving for her father, fighting with her mother, and struggling to fit in and find her identity, Nani remains optimistic.

As if growing up isn't difficult enough, Nani is also hiding a secret that she likes girls. She's a very likable character, with a quick wit that I found very amusing.

Overall, this is a very enjoyable read, and a great one for teen girls trying to find themselves, to know they can still be accepted and "cool" even if they are different in some ways.

Feb 06, Maddie rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. Part of the synopsis: The year is This book definitely transported me to a California beach in I loved the beach feel of this book.

It made me want to go sit on the be Part of the synopsis: The year is I loved Nani through the book. I also loved how we get to see her Hawaiian culture through the book.

I loved seeing Nani's story, it was like a autobiography! I also loved Nigel, who's birthday is tomorrow March 6th - Happy early birthday Nigel!

I was glad though that there was a happy ending, but I would love a sequel of maybe when Nani gets a little older.

Two: In my opinion, this book is for older teens more then younger. I think older teens, like myself, would understand it a little better then the younger crowd.

It is a great book to read if you want to get into the summer mood or learn about beach culture in the 70s. I highly recommend it!

I enjoyed it a lot! Feb 25, Star added it. Desperately missing her father, afraid of losing her culture, and wanting to fit into the new surf culture of State Beach, Nani is struggling to find her identity.

However, both relationships have their complications as Nani tries to navigate her new roles in life. I felt like Nani is a typical 15 year old, trying to maneuver in a brand new world and figure herself out at the same time.

Sep 15, Meredith Mara rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-star-reads. Honey Girl 4. Beasley doll and a host of never-can-tell secrets buried deep within herself.

Stranded on the mainland, the culture shock is for real. And she knows tha Honey Girl 4. And she knows that the only way to survive is to get in with the lineup.

The group of girls who rule State Beach. But earning her place among the lineup comes with its own set of obstacles.

From daring initiation rites to a set of unspoken rules that dictate the beach scene, where the smallest slip-up can make you an outcast.

The way she describes the world is relatable and her quirkiness adds laugh-out-loud moments to a story that addresses tough subjects and reaches far beyond the scope of your average coming-of-age novel.

An excellent read. Mar 15, Dahlia marked it as dnf Shelves: quiltbag-ya , f-f-romance , releases , qpoc , racial-diversity-in-ya-na , thank-you-edelweiss.

It also has really knowledgeable cultural detail about Hawaii, which is excellent. But there is so, so much density of internal monologue, backstory, and that same cultural detail that it's hard to absorb anything - it physically stressed me out trying to retain information in the early chapters, and I couldn't keep anyone straight heh because there was just so much of t Absolutely this book has things going for it, first and foremost being that it's LGBTQ with a queer girl of color as the MC.

But there is so, so much density of internal monologue, backstory, and that same cultural detail that it's hard to absorb anything - it physically stressed me out trying to retain information in the early chapters, and I couldn't keep anyone straight heh because there was just so much of the other stuff I wish wish wish had been streamlined in the editing process.

The voice was so much sharper than I expected and I was really intrigued by that for the first chapter or two, but I just couldn't make myself stay in her head much longer.

View all 7 comments. Feb 09, Lucinda rated it it was amazing. Lisa Freeman's book feels like nothing I've ever read - in the best way.

In a sharp, intimate writing style, Lisa brings us the story of a fifteen-year old Hawaiian girl navigating through social and cultural issues after the death of her father brings her and her mother to California.

Wanting to fit in, Nani struggles to play by the rules she's been taught, all while finding her own way and coming to terms with her emerging bisexuality.

Young women and adults too will be touched by Nani's spi Lisa Freeman's book feels like nothing I've ever read - in the best way. Young women and adults too will be touched by Nani's spirit and strong will.

The author has a talent for capturing the universal growing pains of teendom, but the novel's pure fun. Mar 21, Kelly added it Shelves: could-not-finish.

I gave this 50 pages but couldn't get into it. The writing didn't work for me -- all tell, no show -- and I never got a sense of any of the characters at all.

View all 3 comments. Jun 09, Kath Lau rated it liked it Shelves: books-i-own , b-hardcover , s-author-publisher. Honey Girl is set in the s California and Hawaii beach scene.

After the sudden death of Nani's father, her mother decided for them to move from their house in Hawaii to California.

One of Nani's goals, aside from giving her father a "proper" burial, is to be a part of the lineup - aka "the mean girls" - of the State Beach.

I have mixed feelings about Nani. I didn't like her but I didn't hate her either. Well, I would be a huge hypocrite if I didn't tell you that at one point in my life spe Honey Girl is set in the s California and Hawaii beach scene.

Well, I would be a huge hypocrite if I didn't tell you that at one point in my life specifically during my teenage years I tried to be part of the "cool" kids in school.

But unlike Nani, I wasn't that desperate. I think Freeman's portrayal of teenagers in this book is accurate because let's face it, this "thing" is still happening until now.

There are still a lot of teenagers or even adults who are trying to change theirselves in order to fit in or to be cool.

I have to admit that I didn't really connect with the characters. My problem was there were so many of them at least for me and they were confusing me most of the time.

I also noticed that at the end that most of them were not that really important in the story. Also, Nani is following the rules her friend taught her and most of them are absurd.

I was disappointed that Nani don't surf even she can because "Girls don't surf" is one of the rules. I like Nani's relationship with her father but I cannot understand Nani's attitude towards her mother.

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