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I did waffle between 4 and 5 stars because it takes awhile for the action to really get started. For almost the first half of the book, Anna is just a normal teenager who has some odd freckles showing up on her arm. Her conflicts are pretty typical stuff: figuring out where she's going to school, crushing on a boy she's been tutoring, and helping her mother deal take care of her younger brother. That being said, however, the writing is good and Anna is a well developed and realistic character. I would definitely recommend this book to most YA readers.
I enjoyed reading this so much that I will definitely be reading the next book in the series when it hits the bookshelf.
The story is well written, lots of conversation, only the amount of narrative that is needed for background. I was able to read this rather quickly, and I loved this story.
Now my problem is waiting for the second book to come out for the Kindle.
When some one starts a line like "His baby blues...", you know they are out of touch with how to write a successfully connected YA novel for the modern YA palate.
Basically, it consisted of a bunch of instances in which Anna was either contemplating how much she (very shallowly) thought her crush was so great, or wondering about some moles on her arm. After about page 89, I could take it no longer and decided to move on to a book with more potential.
Read at your own risk.
Great book, very talented author.
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