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Worst Enemies/Best Friends by Annie Bryant
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May 30, 2011

really liked it

This was a good and fun read about a few totally different girls that cross paths in the most usual way, but will their differences bring them closer together or father apart? What I liked was that this series was nothing like other teen books, instead it puts real stuff in that's both realistic and entertaining. Not only was it a surprisingly fun read but also a very good one in a writer's point of view because the writing was great and overall with good description. I felt as if I were in their shoes the whole time. Which reminds me that I loved how the author went from one perspective to the other and went in a circle around the girls because if it wasn't for all of the thoughts that I could see going on inside their minds, I probably wouldn't have thought the characters were as good. I loved especially Charlotte and Avery, two amazingly done characters. I also liked that the author made the book full of humor and good jokes that can make even a grumpy person crack a smile (just like the cute covers :) Bryant is a famous author but not nearly as what happy go lucky feeling her books give and as much as she really is a great author. It's few books that you see with light in them instead of the other way around which (sorry if you are a vampire fan or something) is the very opposite and I don't know why readers like to read about darkness but it tends to lull many audiences. I was always a fan of light heartet books such as this one and Beacon Street Girls by Bryant sure does a good job.

I would recommend...

Interest level: Low
Reading level: Medium
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