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Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin
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Oct 15, 2010

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bookshelves: faeries, fantasy, romance, ya, magic, literary, stand-alone
Recommended for: Anyone who loved Impossible by Nancy Werlin
Read from November 22 to 26, 2010

3 1/2 stars.
This book was just short of Extraordinary.
The main character was quite realistic, which is a great thing in writing, considering how many authors tend to make their character's infallible. And Phoebe made very bad choices, which is probably the reality of the life of a teenage girl.
Although it was rather hard to get into, once you got into the climax, it had a bit of a stronger hold on your attention.
I liked Impossible much better than this book, but this book wasn't bad at all. It was very touching, and it taught quite a lesson about self-love, confidence, choices, and the love of the people around you. It taught that whoever you are, and however many people think that you are ordinary, unnoticeable, or indiscernible, there will always be someone who thinks you are extraordinary, even if you don't believe it yourself.

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