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A Midsummer's Nightmare

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

A MUST READ!!!!!!

This book is filled with love and hate that keeps you turning the pages and leaves you wanting more. "A Midsummers Nightmare" is possibly one of kody keplinger's best. I personally have read every single one of her books ,and this one is close to the top of my favorite ...
This book is filled with love and hate that keeps you turning the pages and leaves you wanting more. "A Midsummers Nightmare" is possibly one of kody keplinger's best. I personally have read every single one of her books ,and this one is close to the top of my favorite list, hands down. It is a light and happy read that will make you laugh, cry,and everything in between. When i started reading it i was expecting it to be about a stereotypical teenage girl with Daddy issues, but once again kody proved me wrong. The charachters are so well developed and raw with emotion that you get sucked into the book and it almost feels like you are part of the story.

I strongly recommend this book. whether it be for a day at the beach or just sitting around the house trying to pass the time, Whitley's adventure will keep you turning pages until the very end.

posted by 10149803 on June 25, 2012

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A lot of unneccessary bad language. Would not recommend this boo

A lot of unneccessary bad language. Would not recommend this book for younger reader

posted by 6448371 on September 20, 2013

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  • Posted July 3, 2012

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    I love that this author can take a story and really knows how to

    I love that this author can take a story and really knows how to get her reader in a twist. At first, when I started it, I was like," Oh, I know where this is going." I soooo did not see what was coming.




    What I enjoyed most about this story is the great storyline. Filled with many plot twist, I am amazed that I am still able to breath after all the gasping that I have done. Really! The plot had some great scenes in it that made me either blush or get me really angry.


    That's the other part of this book I enoyed. The overflowing of so many emotions. One thing about Whitley I can relate too is her father. Anger stills boils inside me when I think of all the times he put me aside for his wife and other children. I grew up with it and learn to deal, but still, that part of my life still hurts. So Whitley, I hear ya girl.


    The romance is a bit touchy, seeing that the relationship is a bit difficult. For some, it could be a touchy subject but for others maybe it will not.


    A Midsummer's Nightmare has one heck of a plotline. Loaded with twist and turns the reader doesn't see coming, the author does a fab job of catching her readers unaware. With many explosive emotions, this book took me for a ride!

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