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The Year I Turned Sixteen (2010)

by Diane Schwemm(Favorite Author)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 2
1416985972 (ISBN13: 9781416985976)
Simon Pulse
review 1: Overall, I generally liked the book, although it didn't wow me or amaze me. It was a cute recollection of four sisters turning sixteen and had some important messages within. My favorite of the four books (Rose, Daisy, Laurel, Lily) was probably Daisy; I enjoyed her voice and her rebellion the most. Of course, that made the next book's incident even more tragic. My least favorite was Lily, although I feel I can connect to her the most, her story felt lacking and like the author was pulling at ideas to finish the four stories.
review 2: I have a sort of love/hate relationship with this book. There were parts that I really loved and thought were good. And then there were parts that I hated and made me want to scream and pull my hair out. I love books that deal
... more with a parent dying because it is something that I can definitely relate to, so as sad as it is to say, I liked that about this book. And I am not ashamed to say that I cried during this book because I definitely was not expecting the death of someone else. I feel like I was able to relate to Laurel the most. She seemed like the most down-to-earth, normal sister of the four. Rose and Lily were definitely my least favorite sisters. There was just something about them that really bothered me. All in all, this book was alright. It's probably not a book that I would read again or really recommend to anyone that I know. But it is a book that I'm glad that I read. less
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it was a good book I recommend it to kids going thorw a mother or father death
This book breaks your heart and makes you laugh over and over and over.
great plot twist mainly for the fact that SPOILER ALERT daisy dies
it was okay. good for teens and tweens.
I hated this book.I loved this book.
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