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  • Posted July 6, 2010

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    Another Ejoyable Read With These Great Characters

    And Then I Found Out the Truth picks up right where the first book left off. It does a great job at briefly catching you up on all the details as it let's the story pick up.

    The characters I came to love were just as great as before. Delia is still a strong protagonist that never gives up. She is very easy to like and has a fun voice to read along with. I love her funny descriptions of her family, especially on her emotionless cousins. I got just what I wanted in this one, more Quinn! Delia and Quinn are very sweet together, but they also have to work on their new found relationship. I enjoyed that everything didn't go all easy-peasy for them. Delia's Aunt Charley continues to be one of the funnest characters I have read about. She is crazy and erratic and loves ice cream as much as I do. I just love her!

    The plot was filled with a great mixture of action and humor that kept me entertained. There was also a lot of mystery left with trying to find who is responsible for T.K.'s disappearance. The ending was sugary sweet and had me putting the book down with a smile on my face. I didn't love it as much as it's prequel. I think that might only be because how much I loved first getting to know and falling in love with these characters. Sturman has a talent for bringing to life diverse and intriguing characters. But I still really enjoyed jumping back into Delia's life, and seeing all the pieces of the puzzle come together.

    I recommend both books in this series to anyone looking for a fun YA read with enjoyable characters. It's a perfect summer read!

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  • Posted July 8, 2010

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    Cordelia Truesdale's mother, T.K., is in hiding trying to stay alive with her new boyfriend. Meanwhile, Delia is trying hard to focus on a way to bring down the bad guys, get her mother home, go to school and not fail her exams, figure out why her kinda-boyfriend Quinn is acting strange and not calling her, and if Quinn's father is really one of the bad guys. Just a normal day in the life of a teenager.

    And Then I Found Out The Truth, finally gives the readers the answers they've been waiting for, though I felt the ending was a little anti-climatic. The sequal to And Then Everything Unraveled has more action, adventure, humor, and romance. It was an engaging read, although I felt the ending was a bit rushed and could have been wrapped up better, but overall it was a great book.

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