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Caddy Ever After (Casson Family, #4)
Rose somewhere along the way completely took over apparently. Really all of these last four books are all about Rose, even though Indigo and Caddy get their names mentioned in two of the titles. Caddy is actually the Casson represented the least in this volume. I did like the format though. It made for a somewhat disjointed narrative, but the switch to first person and having each kid narrate a different section really made their personalities stand out. I found each part to distinct and individual, sounding genuine to the characters I've come to know. Caddy's part is as ditsy and scatterbrained as she is. Rose's parts (she gets two) sound much younger than the others and her observations are delightful. I love her childhood assurance that she is so wise while at the same time demonstrating she has so much to learn. Saffy continues to be remote, even in first person, but is smart and wonderful. I loved watching her weather a difficult time with Sarah. Which brings me to Indigo, who, this book cemented it, is my absolute favorite. He is awesome. One of those silent lazy types you need to watch out for because when they are only silent and lazy until they want something. And his date for the Valentine's Disco? Did not imagine that would happen, but I liked it and would have liked to see more come of it.
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