Saturday, November 30, 2013

Wish You Were 'Eyre Book Review

 Hello there again, It's Jane.
She has just finsihed Wish You were 'Eyre by Heather Vogel Frederick!( She has also finsihed speaking in the third person.) So here it is.

     In the beginning of the book, it's Megan's sweet sixteen--but it's anything but sweet. Sophie Fairfax, cousin of Annabelle Fairax ( The Queen Bee who had it out for Emma two years ago in England), is staying with the Wongs because of a mix-up(long story short, her parents are getting a divorce and her grandfather doesn't think it's a good idea to expose her to it).  Lucky Megan- a kitten-stealing tres chic French girl is coming to stay with her! And worst of all- she's in their book club!

                     I have to say that I sided with the girls in the beginning of the book, but I guess that shows a sign of a what a good author HVF is,  because she was able to persuade me almost immediately. I also admit that I was a bit disappointed to see that she joined the book club I had come to know and love, but I also felt that when Becca joined and now she's one of my favorite characters! Speaking of Becca, she finds her own Mr. Rochester,(literally!) when Gram takes her to Minnesota. Cassidy is struggling with matters of the heart, too, because she's now torn between Tristan and Zach Norton. I can't say which one she chooses.
   As for Emma, Kitten-Stealing--
WAIT!!!!!!!!!!
I'm giving away all the details of the story! Sorry it's just that this is my first book review. I'd say five stars for the closing book of TMDBC, and I'm sad to say goodbye to my favorite literary sisters( I have one brother, who I love, but sometimes I cling to my literary sisters. I guess I'd love to be Emma Hawthorne's sister, because I can relate to her most. Now Megan has......company.[Slip-up!!])

               In conclusion, you should really read this book. If you can't stand change, you'll cry, beleive me, I almost did( I was able to contain my.....____*) It shows how friendship can grow, change, and strengthen as girls and women alike grow more mature and deal with struggles. Hope you like it!
                                                                                                 -Jane Blogger
*= A certain emotion that will not be revealed. I don't want to give spoilers.