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Forget-Her-Nots by Amy Brecount White
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Jun 20, 2010

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I thought the idea of a girl who has a magical ability to influence people through the language of flowers was intriguing. And it's good enough that I finished it in a couple days. However, the characters and situations just aren't fully realized. Laurel seemed a bit whiney and self-obsessed at times. I would have liked the relationships with the dad and with the bully Tara to be less two-dimensional. Her friend Kate was one of the best characters in the book; the scenes with Kate really had more life and sparkle. The situations that occur, and some of the relationships (particularly the one with Ms. Suarez) seemed more to be governed by where the plot needed to go than anything else.

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