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Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin
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Jun 16, 2011

really liked it

I think this book has many great stories to teach many people in different positions.

Extraordinary is the main theme throughout the book as the heroine, Phoebe, learns the true definition of the word extraordinary and that it doesn't necessarily mean you have many gifts or are well known but that you do your best to make yourself important. You can be normal and be extraordinary because everyone has the power to do that within themselves.

The plot is very intricate in the way things work out in the end. The end may leave the reader wanting more, though I don't believe there will be a sequel. All the new friends that will never be seen again and the lack of a relationship with the new obvious love interest will leave a sense of things unfinished.

But it also teaches how friendship can transcend worlds and duty. True friendship gives the characters a new light in the end about what is right and what is wrong, and the view overall is a correct one. If it weren't for the obvious friendship and relationship between Phoebe and Mallory, then a whole people would die as well as the heroine. This would have affected both worlds in the biggest of ways.

Overall, verrrry good (:
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