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Pandora's Key by Nancy Richardson Fischer
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May 04, 2012

it was ok

I honestly kinda had a hard time with this... The characters in the book were good, but it's the story line I couldn't connect with.

Evangeline is a shy and awkward girl who doesn't think much of herself. On
her sixteenth birthday, her mother gives her a necklace with a key locket and
her life changes forever. Not only does her appearance change, but her mom, the
only family she has, is hospitalized. Things get worse when she discovers her
godmother trying to end her mother's life and Evangeline has to come to
terms with the truth about herself. Things pick up from there...

Characters I did like
My favorite character is Dr. Sullivan, because he helps Evangeline and Raphe out
without knowing much about them. He lost his pregnant wife and deals with a lot
in his private life as it is but he reaches out to the teens and cares for them
anyway. They help him in a way too. His relationship with E helped her coup with her circumstances that
Had her second guessing alot in her life.

I guess my favorite part would be is when Evangeline and Raphe go to the old clock tower to look
for Samantha. Evangeline shows bravery she didn't know she had until that
point and they discover some clues to Evangeline's family history and who
Samantha is.

Would I recommend this book. Yes

Thank you R2R for this chance to review,

Pandora's Key (The Key Trilogy, #1) by Nancy Richardson Fischer

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