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The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg
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Mar 03, 10

bookshelves: friendship, girly, romance, teen, music, contemporary
Read from February 25 to March 03, 2010

Take this book for what it is: A girly story about friendship, boy/girl relationships, and the Beatles. Very little brilliant is happening here and much of the plot is predictable, but it more than suited my mood and proved satisfying. I enjoyed seeing Penny Lane take control of her life and inspire her friends to do the same as the Lonely Hearts Club transforms slowly from an anti-boy club into a network of girls who work to make the most of themselves. The bumps that the club goes through provide an interesting, if not intended, lesson about planning and organizing a group/club.

Sweet and fun. Plus it made me want to listen to lots and lots of Beatles music.
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