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    True Colors

    I received a copy in exchange for an honest review True Colors was a fun and enjoyable book. The author managed to capture the teenage voice really well and this book reminded me of when I was that age. There is a lot of typical teenage stuff and drama, it got a bit much at times, but overall I thought it was realistically written. And I enjoyed reading this book. The writing style seemed a bit off to me, but I did gradually got used to it. Landry is a nice main character and while I thought she acted realistically I also felt a bit sad for her as she wouldn't stand up for herself. I also would've liked to get a bit more of her inner thoughts and feelings as it felt a bit too much telling instead of showing at times. There are a lot of side characters, which made it difficult to keep everyone apart at first, but slowly I got a bit of a feel for them. I didn't really like most of the characters, but some of them were nice. I am curious to see how this series will develop an will read the next book!
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    A must read!

    This story is so well written that I felt as though I had been trnsported back to 8th grade myself. The story deals with real life teenage issues that feel as important as they did back then. This story gives understanding to parents with childrn this age and confidence to the kids themselves, in knowing they are not alone.
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