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  • response to the last review I saw.

    There is no point in writing a review for a book you havent read yet.,:(But this book is worth reading and you probably WILL need loo rolls.Dont worry,though because the happy ending will make you cry tears of joy instead of sadness. :,)

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  • Upsetting

    My mother died a few years back and this book made me cry a lot so if you are about to read this book and you have lost someone you love make sure to have a box of tissues with you :)

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  • Sad but great

    It is sad but it still has the jacqueline wilson way to it making new friendships and trying to get pver her death. Quality book

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  • A different story

    The thing I loved about this book wasthat, in this case, the tragedy actually happens! If you don't understand what I am getting at, here are a few examples: In The Longest Whale Song, the mum wakes up. In Lola Rose, her mum recovers from the cancer. Whereas in this book, Vicky actually dies! The tragedy you know won't occur, does! This is a completely different storyline to the typical Happily Ever After one. This is why I like this book.

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  • Vicky Angel

    Jade is considered a "plain" girl with "plain" life. Her best friend, Vicky, is known as "funny", "pretty", "lively", and the most popular girl in the school. Everyone wants to be Vickys friend. Unfortunatley, being Vickys friend isn't all sunshine and rainbows. They dont quarrel so frequently but do quarrel at some point. One day, after school, they are lightly debating when things turn terribly wrong...

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    2 person found this review helpful

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