Saturday, July 9, 2011

Feeling Sorry for Celia by Jaclyn Moriarty

Australian teenage Elizabeth Clarry has a pretty complicated life. Her best friend, Celia, has disappeared again and her absent father has reappeared, which is strange due to the absence of her mother in the last days. All over this, her pen pal whom she was forced to write to in English class probably knows more about her than anyone, ever.
I think I review this book last summer, and I still like it a lot. (Not as much as last time, but I actually knew what all the plot twists were. Books are always the best the first time around.) I liked how everything was in letters, so there was a lot of showing not telling in the writing. Really funny and smart.

5 Stars

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