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message 1: by Jessica (thebluestocking) (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:22PM) (new)

Jessica (thebluestocking) (jessicaesq) Was it just me or was this book excessively trite and predictable? I know it had a good message, but good grief.

message 2: by Shannon (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:24PM) (new)

Shannon it was just you...

message 3: by Kate (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:25PM) (new)

Kate (katiebobus) | 136 comments Mod
I was not a fan.

message 4: by Summer (new)

Summer | 28 comments Twas a little trite as you say, Jessica, but there was one passage I liked, which for such a fast read redeemed it:
“And each night in bed, I thought of her as the moon came through my window. I could have lowered my shade to make it darker an easier to sleep, but I never did. In that moonlit hour, I acquired a sense of the otherness of things. I liked the feeling the moonlight gave me, as if it wasn’t the opposite of day, but its underside, its private side, when the fabulous purred on my snow-white sheet like some dark cat come in from the desert."

message 5: by Jasper (new)

Jasper (meltymoon) well this is a book fro teens. and they expect teens to just enjoy sillyness.
although i did enjoy it anyway XD

message 6: by Anna (new)

Anna (SylviaGrant) | 42 comments A teen book with a romance on the side and great humor and well-written by Jerry. The End.

message 7: by Kellyn (new)

Kellyn (Waterlily101) | 9 comments Some of it was rather predictable and trite, but I quite enjoyed the book overall.

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