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The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson
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Mar 14, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: youngadult
Read in February, 2012

Although I loved the premise of this novel's prequel (Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes), I was a little disappointed in the ending. Mostly because it felt unfinished. Maureen Johnson earns a gold star for ending here.

Over her winter break Ginny Blackstone is trying to write her college application essay and failing miserably. When she gets a mysterious email from a guy named Oliver in London, she is on a plane almost immediately. Oliver has found the last little blue envelope. Her aunt had sent her on a grand adventure the summer before on a backpacking trip across Europe. But Ginny's backpack was stolen in Greece, and she never knew the end of the story.

She's excited to see her uncle, and the guy she had an on-again-off-again thing with the previous summer. But nothing turns out as expected, naturally. Even so, the last adventure her aunt sends her on is the best. In one short week Ginny visits Paris, Amsterdam, and a small Irish village, before celebrating New Years in Dublin. An adventure not to be forgotten.

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