De 3e zomer van de spijkerbroek
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: De Fontein
Pages no: 301
Edition language: Dutch
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Series: Sisterhood (#3)
The plot of this one and Forever in Blue are getting muddled in my head since I read them so close together. I like that this one wasn't as themed as the last book. The last book was very focused on mother/daughter relationships and this book has more variety to the storylines. My main issue is th...
Hello everyone and how's it going for you all? I hope you're doing well! Well, for me I'm doing pretty good. Today I'm going to do a review on The Sisterhood Series by Ann Brashares. I've seen the movies way before I read the books this year. I was shocked and surprised at just how different the boo...
These were never super fantastic books but I liked them. I think it was because I was about the same age as them?
In my opinion, while “Girls in Pants” is the weakest out of the four, I don’t think it’s a bad book. It feels more like a filler to set up for the grand finale. There’s a strong sense of how hard long-term separation is going to be on the girls, and a lot of the story revolves around home and family...
My sister said these Sisterhood novels, about friendship of four teenage girls aided by a magical pair of pants, always have this gloomy aura lurking beneath. I tend to agree with her. The word I think describes the series is 'bittersweet', because that's what life is. The four girls, Carmen, Bridge...
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