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Sweet Valley High #4: Power Play Mass Market Paperback – August 26, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
Looking at Jessica's nastiness through 21st century eyes is illuminating -- when I read this book as a girl, bullying didn't have nearly the attention that it does today. As a result, the casual treatment of Jessica's cruelty is sometimes jarring. Despite the subject matter, this is still a fun and light read that doesn't go too deep. At the end of the day, even Robin doesn't seem too upset by what happened.
Some of the reviews of the paperback version note changes to the text. As far as I can tell, the Kindle version duplicates what I read when I was young (that is, the Wakefield twins are described as size 6, not size 2). If you want to read the original, go with the Kindle version.
I chose the five star rating because it is easy reading and I could relate to the story back then and all these years later I can still relate to how the author conveyed the trials and tribulations of the twins!
I would definitely recommend this this story as well as the series to anyone.
Way to go Amazon!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting, great, hooks you. I don't think Jessica should get hooked up with anyone quite yet.... i recommend this book to any girl or boy!!!!!!!Published on January 21, 2014 by frannie12
I grew up reading these books and I was always on Elizabeth's side. She's the good one and Jessica was a manipulative, brat. Read morePublished on November 29, 2012 by Nancy Voong
After reading some of the pages in the preview, I realized it's not the original version, but a modernized version of it. I really wanted the original.Published on February 3, 2011 by Kanna-Chan