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Shut Out by Kody Keplinger
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Sep 26, 2011

really liked it
Read from September 10 to 12, 2011

This is one of the books that makes me smile when it comes to women. Taking power in what we have. Now, I can tell you right off the bat that this book is not recommend for younger teens. There are mature issues in it. (Sex, not told, just implied) But anyways, besides that, I thought this book really hit the spot on that we women have the power the change things we if really put our mind to it.

What I loved about this book is the plot line. Ms. Keplinger did an amazing job capturing the teens voices when it comes to the issues at hand. I like that the characters, even the minor ones, played such a big role in the change that is coming. I like how the young ladies gathered together, made plans, and stuck to it. It showed how mature and smart they were.

The main character, Lissa is one tough smart cookie. I loved her willingness to help not only herself but others as well. I like that she is great leader and made excellent points. Cause when a man let things go to his head, you have to show them that you have options. That is what these girls do. They give them ultimatums. And this part just made me giddy and happy. Girl power!

The love interest caught my by surprise! At first I thought she really loves this guy and then another swoops on in. I love how the other guy slowly crept his way into Lissa heart. I loved how kind and gentle he was.

If you want a funny, girl power book read this! I loved reading it cause it gave such power to women. Though it may be in the way that you expect. It just goes to show that women can do anything if we put our mind to it.

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Renee Pace Thanks so much for that review - it certainly inspired me to add it to my shelf as a must read. I love issue-orientated books.


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