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Front and Center by Catherine Gilbert Murdock
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Mar 12, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: c2009, realistic-fiction, romance, ya
Read from February 23 to March 12, 2010

I thoroughly enjoyed this conclusion to the Dairy Queen trilogy. DJ is such a fun character--honest, sincere, and a little bit confused about what exactly she should do.

The book follows two main plotlines: 1st, basketball has started again, and with it pressure on DJ to take leadership on the high school team, as well as take initiative to call and visit college programs. She grows a lot in both areas. 2nd, this book finds her with a new boyfriend, Beaner, with whom she has a lot of fun--but maybe not as many sparks as she had with Brian. I loved how Murdock worked through this plotline.

This book does move slightly out of the gentle read category, with more references to beer at parties and such, but nothing overwhelming imho.
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