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Good Graces

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  • Posted June 12, 2012

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    I really liked this book!

    I won this book from First Reads but I already had read books by Lesley Kagen and liked them so I did not mind reading Good Graces. This is a sequel to an earlier book "Whistling in the Dark" but you are not lost if you don't read the first. This book takes place in 1960 and is about 2 sisters (Irish twins)growing up after the loss of their Daddy. On his death bed, Daddy asked the eldest, Sally to "take care of Troo (Trooper) and keep her safe". What a responsiblity to put on an 11 year old. Trooper a.k.a. Margaret is a handful for anyone. Reading this book is like reliving your childhood all over again with fun, fears,friends and others during one summer.

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  • Posted September 21, 2011

    Good Graces

    I loved Whistling in the Dark and waitied with anticipation for the release of Good Graces. I find myself dissapointed in this sequel. Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate it but didn't love it either. I felt that the relationship between Sally and Troo was very drawn out and repetitive. The ending was so unrealistic and odd to me. I still love the characters and feel like they would have been my friends growing up. Well, Sally at least. However, as an adult, Troo's spunkiness sure makes me laugh!

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