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Happy Birthday to Me Again by Brian  Rowe
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Jan 09, 12

Read in January, 2012

Poor Cameron! In the first book, he barely escapes death by aging a year for every week. After his girlfriend Liesel (who just happens to be a witch) saved Cameron at the last moment, the two made a spectacle at the high school graduation. This ended up on You-Tube and although Liesel and Cameron tell everyone it's a trick, there is someone out there who knows it's not.

Now Liesel and Cameron are engaged. Cameron's parents aren't thrilled with the idea but Cameron is sure that he is ready. He takes Liesel on a weekend getaway where he meets Hannah and from there, things go downhill.

Hannah tries to convince Cameron that he is not ready to get married and Cameron actually starts having his doubts. After taking Liesel out for her birthday dinner, he lets her know his doubts and she gets mad. Well, we all know what happens when Liesel gets mad...at then Cameron starts aging again. Only this time, he is aging backwards.

This was a cute story with some different problems than the last book. There is the same great humor in this book as there was in the last one. I liked how the chapters changed with Cameron's age as well. Kimber had changed in a positive way and I think she was probably my favorite character. Wesley at first was a little bit of a jerk but in the end, he came through for Cameron too.

One of the things that did bother me was all the "shouting" that went on in the book and the all caps that showed the shouting. It was a little excessive and did start to distract me from the story.

Other than that, this was a fast, easy and fun read. The ending left us with a great cliffhanger and now I can't wait to pick up the last book in this trilogy to see what happens to Cameron, Liesel, Hannah and the rest of the characters.
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