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Over the summer the Pants come to represent the support of the sisterhood, but they also lead each girl into bruising and ultimately healing confrontations with love and courage, dying and forgiveness. Lena finds her identity in Greece and the courage not to reject love; Bridget gets in over her head with an older camp coach; Carmen finds her father ensconced with a new fiancée and family; and Tibby unwillingly takes on a filmmaking apprentice who is dying of leukemia. Each girl's story is distinct and engrossing, told in a brightly contemporary style. Like the Pants, the reader bounces back and forth among the four unfolding adventures, and the melange is spiced with letters and witty quotes. Ann Brashares has here created four captivating characters and seamlessly interwoven their stories for a young adult novel that is fresh and absorbing. (Ages 12 and older) --Patty Campbell --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Reasonably entertaining, though sometimes a bit too childish, but able to open to the reader a number of issues of teen-aged angst in a variety of circumstances.Published 1 month ago by A. A. Baldwin
Typical teen girls, I found them all annoying. Quick read though.Published 2 months ago by Charlotte
Read the books a while ago when my daughter was a teen. Wanted to re-read to recall the stories before moving on to the sequel. Glad I did.Published 2 months ago by Coeur Martinique
This series has it's ups and downs, and some big frustrations for me, but I still totally loved it. Maybe because those frustrations are all too real. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linderbug
My daughter really loved this book. Shared it with friends. Any thing that gets teens to read and keep reading is great.Published 3 months ago by Ida