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Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble
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May 27, 10

Read in May, 2010

This book draws you very quickly into the world of Natalie and Tom, and gets you involved in their fun and games, wondering will they/won't they, and leaves you frustrated at their near misses, and it's sweet to see how things develop between the two characters. However, the story becomes difficult to follow when the point of view is switched to other characters, such as Lucy, and Anna, so the main point of the story is lost somehow, almost as if the author couldn't work out who's story was the most important to focus on, so decided to focus on all at once, and it isn't very effective. I didn't care for Natalie's siblings, or her parents, or Tom's family. I read the story for Natalie and Tom, and no-one else.
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