Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Annabel becomes friends with the school's bad boy and learns more about herself then she ever thought possible. She begins to mend fences with her sister and come to terms with her friends and what happened.
This is Jen's newest one. I have had it done for a few weeks. It was hilarious as usual. This book takes us from Jen's 8th birthday until now. She takes us through her elementary days, high school, college, and her first post college job.
This book also explains how her and Fletch met. She continues with her antics. I literally laughed out loud at many parts.
Friday, May 8, 2009
Thursday, May 7, 2009
1.Second Helpings-4 stars
2.Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince- 5 stars
3. Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows-5 stars
4.The Ashley's-3 stars
5. Babysitter's on Board- 4 Stars
6. Starring The Babysitters- 4 stars
7. Water for Elephants- 4 stars
8.Wintergirls- 4 stars
9. Charmed Thirds- 5 stars
10. Fourth Comings- 4 stars
I didn't realize I had such a great reading month. I hope to do it again next month.
The fifth and last Jessica Darling book. :(
When I started the series I thought Jessica was a little bit whiny. Now as I reflect I see that she was 16. In this book she is 26 and she is working. This book is set at an airport where Jessica and Marcus spend the day together. We learn about their lives and what has happened during the 3 years that happened between book 4 and 5. We learn about their friends, careers, and feelings for each other.
I think this book did a great job of finishing up the series and it also made me wish for more to come.
The fourth of the Marcus/Jessica saga. This book was Jessica's journal to Marcus that takes place during one week in September. Jessica does some more growing in this book well she ponders an important question that would change her life :)
Jessica spends a lot of time with her niece in this book and her niece reminds me of mine. They are the same age and both so smart and so insightful at such a young age. Jessica's relationship with her sister really moved me in this book and again reminded me of how my own sister and I got closer as I got older and she had kids.
I really enjoyed this book and seeing Jessica older and trying to find her place in the world after college.