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A Girl Named Digit by Annabel Monaghan
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Jul 23, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, romance, life, crime-mystery, fave-couples, funny, has-violence, high-school
Recommended to Nicholette by: magazine
Recommended for: Girls who like action/romance
Read in June, 2012 , read count: 1

Okay so I liked how this book was fast-moving (in my opinion) and it included a girl who wasn't very self confident. It is a good story about how you should appreciate your talents becuase it makes it canbe very useful. In Digit's case, she helped stop a terrorist plot and got the man in the process.

The one thing that did annoy me is that John took longer than I thought to come back to Digit/Farrah. I was dissapointed when he took the job and left her, but glad that he came back (like I knew he would). I also liked that Digit matured throughout the story because she was pretty immature at times in the beginning of the novel. I kind of wish her friends were better developed because they just seemed shallow until the very end. Her brother was likeable however but I also wished that we had more time on him since he seemed like a fun character.

Finally, I overall thoroughly enjoyed the book despite minor details. :)

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