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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart
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Oct 29, 10

Read in January, 2008

Frankie, the title character, is clever, pretty, and fearless--the complete antithesis of Bella Swan. Read this book if only for that. Or read it because E. Lockhart writes like E.L. Konigsburg, intertwining bits of trivia to the story (so you learn while reading) and using characters to drive the plot (instead of the other way around). Reposted from the LDG
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message 1: by Mahala (new) - added it

Mahala read it because E. Lockhart writes like E.L. Konigsburg

Sold! :D


message 2: by Mahala (new) - added it

Mahala You were right, I enjoyed this SO much. :D I could have read five books of Frankie!


Vida Glad you liked it! I need to find some time to read the E. Lockhart's other books.


message 4: by Mahala (new) - added it

Mahala Is this the only one you've read so far? I see mixed reviews of her other books. Konigsburg on the other hand I will read whenever I can get her.


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