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ttfn by Lauren Myracle
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Jan 24, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: advisory-2011-2012

This is the second book of TTYL, and now the three friends Maddie, Angela, and Zoe are now juniors in high school. Again, this is a continuation of the first book and it just talk about their life in junior year. This is where new friendships are made and more problems start arriving. This book is also in the instant messaging form where the three are talking to each other on the computer, phone or anywhere they are hooked up to the internet. Each protagonist has their own problem that they have to deal. Maddie starts becoming friends with a person named Clive and Clive is just a very bad influence on Maddie, this makes her choose the wrong decisions in her life. While, Angela is now moving to California and they all become very upset! Zoe starts to like this guy named Doug and more problems begin. Although they are friends, sometimes there are times when they start betraying each other. It’s about overcoming obstacles that happen in their lives and restarting their friendships by forgiving each other. They learn how to betray each other but then in the end learn how to make up with each other too. This is another book that I recommend to teenagers because it’s about girls who are in their high school years. When I mean “teenagers” I mean as in “female” teenagers because this book revolves around girls that are going through their junior year leading up to senior year.
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