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  • a dramatic five-star read

    Next Door to a Star by Krysten Lindsay Hagar a dramatic five-star read this is number two in the Star series, this was such a great reminder of the pain’s teenagers go through every day, the drama and upset and just the whole feelings rushing through make this a great story. I am definitely a lot older than the intended audience, but I still loved it. Hadley, Hadley, Hadley what are we going to do with you, I went between loving and hating her so much, but then I remembered she is a teenager and the drama that goes on at that age, it makes it all the more understandable. This is a sweet clean story that gives me hope and makes me desperate for number two.

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  • Great YA read

    Next Door to a Star by Krysten Lindsay Hager is a cute YA contemporary novel that hits you in all the feels. Hadley is a 9th grader whose best friend has recently moved away partway through the school year, leaving her with no friends and what will most likely be a very boring Summer. That is until she is offered the opportunity to go visit her grandparents for the entire summer, who just so happen to live next door to teen TV star, Simone Hendrickson. Simone is everything that Hadley wishes she could have in a friend, including being popular, and throughout the Summer she learns the importance of friendship and that perhaps being pretty and popular isn’t always what it is cracked up to be. This story really brings out what being a not-so-popular teen is all about. If you have ever experienced being left out or not having many friends then you will definitely relate to this book, just as I did. This story really showed the side of being a teenager that not everyone sees and makes you realize that growing up is harder than it seems sometimes. I enjoyed reading this book and I am excited to put the sequel on my to-be-read list for future reading.

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  • Good YA Read

    This book was a 4 star read for me, it took me a little bit to get into the story. I had a hard time connecting with Hadley at first. I felt like Hadley was portrayed more immature for her age group at times. After Hadley’s best friend moves away she gets bullied even more. Excited to be going to her grandparents for the summer she’s looking forward to getting to know her grandparents' neighbor, Simone. Hadley encounters up and down moments with Simone. She also meets Charlotte, a nice young lady that enjoys spending time with her. And she also meets Nick who she hits it off with at first, then there is a twist with him. Overall this is a good read that touches on many young adult issues. All of the characters added a great element to the story. We get teenage drama, romance, bullying and so much more. I look forward to reading more from this author. 1-click and get started today.

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