Internet Girls Series by Lauren Myracle

3.67 · 88 ratings
  • ttyl (Internet Girls #1)

    ttyl (Internet Girls #1)

    Lauren Myracle

    Rated: 3.45 of 5 stars
    · 29 ratings · published 2005

    Audacious author Lauren Myracle accomplishes something of a literary miracle in her second young-adult novel, ttyl (Internet instant messaging shorthand for "talk to you later"), as she crafts an epistolary novel entirely out of IM transcripts between three high-school girls. Far from being precious, the format proves perfect for accurately capturing the sweet histrionics and intimate intricacies of teenage girls... more

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  • ttfn (Internet Girls #2)

    ttfn (Internet Girls #2)

    Lauren Myracle

    Rated: 3.79 of 5 stars
    · 24 ratings · published 2007

    After everything they've been through together, Angela, Maddie, and Zoe know they'll be friends till the end--but sometimes the fates (or parents) have other plans. With sophomore year and its troubles behind them, the winsome threesome is on cruise control, enjoying the well-earned perks of being sixteen. But then Angela (SnowAngel) gets some seriously bad family news :'( that threatens to change her life forever... more

  • l8r, g8r (Internet Girls #3)

    l8r, g8r (Internet Girls #3)

    Lauren Myracle

    Rated: 3.76 of 5 stars
    · 22 ratings · published 2008

    This novel is now available in a revised and updated edition. Please go to l8r, g8r, ISBN: 978-1-4197-1143-5.

  • yolo (Internet Girls #4)

    yolo (Internet Girls #4)

    Lauren Myracle

    Rated: 3.77 of 5 stars
    · 13 ratings · published 2014

    Through texts and messages, the mega-bestselling, beloved Internet Girls series followed the ups and downs of school for three very different, very close friends. Now it’s freshman year of college for the winsome threesome, and *everything* is different. For one, the best friends are facing their first semester apart. Way, way apart. Maddie’s in California, Zoe’s in Ohio, and Angela’s back in Georgia. And it’s not just the girls who are separated... more

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