The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June
Publish date: 2010-08-03
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Pros:* What if you woke up with super powers?* What if you still had to go to high school?Cons:* A bit fluffy* It feels like there is subtext, but it's buried too deep. I enjoyed this novel a lot, which is odd because I usually don't like multiple POVs. I thought the author did a good job giving the...
2.5 starsWell, what to say about this book…. I can’t say I had high hopes for The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June by Robin Benway, because I didn’t. I didn’t have any expectations at all, really, for two reasons: 1) It was the first book I’ve read by Robin Benway. 2) I didn’t really read...
(Full review can be found on my blog, Paper Riot.)First thoughts:Are all Robin Benway books like this? Because if they are, GIMME!More thoughts:I have been recommended Robin Benway's books before. I have been told they are adorable. I have been told they would make me feel warm and fuzzy. I have bee...
I really enjoyed this! It was cute, sometimes touching, but mostly hilarious. I liked the sarcastic nature.I did have a few problems with the slightly weird and non-direct plot, and the fact that sometimes I couldn't tell who's head I was in, since the characters telling the story were so similar.It...
Review originally published here.Why I Read It: Back in 2009 I read and enjoyed Benway's debut, Audrey, Wait!. It's not one my favourite books ever, but it was fun and light-hearted. I found this novel in the bargain section at work and decided to give it a go (I was also entranced by the pretty cov...
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