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Keeping Secrets by Francine Pascal
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Feb 28, 2012

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bookshelves: sweet-valley, own, twins, bad-parenting, friendships, lila-freaking-fowler, contemporary-junior-fiction, junior-fiction
Read on February 11, 2016 — I own a copy , read count: 1

One book after Amy swears to Elizabeth that they'll be friends forever after treating her like dirt for most of the book... Amy treats Elizabeth like dirt for most of the book. Honestly, the girl has severe jealousy issues. Of course Liz is closer to Jess; that's only said in, what, every book ever? Anyway, Amy's sulk is far less annoying than the stupid 'secret' language this book is about, which is even worse to read than Pig Latin, and all over this. Worst of all, however, is stupid Ned Wakefield, who makes his daughters keep such a ridiculous, pointless secret, even from Alice and Steven, and who tells Jess she was wrong to explain the language to Lila, even after all of the twins' friends ostracise them for the most useless secret ever.

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