Mini Reviews: Anna and the French Kiss; Lola and the Boy Next Door; Forever; City of Bones

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
I stayed away from this book for the longest time. Why? Because it said French kiss in the name. HOW RIDICULOUS IS THAT? I’m glad I didn’t stay away because could possibly be the BEST BOOK IN THE HISTORY OF YA ROMANCES! THE BEST! I love love love ( a thousand times love) this book! St. Clair is now my number one fictional boyfriend!!! I love the setting, the character development, THE EVERYTHING! If I had to choose a book to read for all time and eternity, this book would almost beat Anne of Green Gables…almost.  Stars: 5

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
This book was right next to Anna and the French Kiss in the library so I thought it was a sequel. It’s not. It DOES have Anna and St. Clair in it though! YAY! But I was skeptic about it at first. All I was thinking was I WANT ST. CLAIR! But I fell in love with the characters in this book. Cricket is now my fictional boyfriend. I really liked Lola. I found myself wanting to be in her place. Love this book.  Stars: 4.5

Forever by Judy Blume
I recongnized this author so I was excited to read this book. I was dissapointed. The feel of this book was awkward and bland. At it was ALL about you know what!!! Is that that what she thinks teenagers think about all the time? It was ridiculous! I refused to finish it! (Plus it was boring).  Stars: 1

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
This book was a sad affair for me. This is because, I knew the plot twist. I KNEW IT!!! It ruined it for me! But if you didn’t hear about the most amazing plot twist in the history of literature, then you should read it. The plot was engaging, the characters were awesome. I really wish I didn’t know the plot twist!!! (Does anyone know where I can get my memories erased?? Haha just kidding!) GAHHHH!!!!!  Stars: I can’t rate it! My experience was tainted!





1 comment:

  1. Yay. So glad you loved Stephanie's books. Anna is my favorite of the group too, mostly because of Etienne. My favorite part of Lola is actually her dads.
    I haven't read Forever since I was about 9, but I reread Deenie a few years ago and thought it had not aged well. It reminded me of an 80s afterschool special.


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