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Book Two in the London Confidential series continues the story of American teen Savannah Smith, whose family now lives in Wexburg, near London, England. It focuses on her work with her school newspaper, which she delivers on campus while maintaining her secret as writer of the advice column. The ordinary struggles of family life add to her conflict. She wants to be noticed and appreciated-who doesn't?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Savvy makes progress in the friends department and hopes to score her own byline in the paper. She manages to get tickets to a fashion shoot at the Ashley's estate (the top Aristocat-her nickname for the rich, popular girls). Savvy continues to wrestle with making choices and being completely honest. Setbacks offer challenges, but she works to overcome her obstacles and learns valuable lessons along the way, such as how people should be themselves rather than conform just to please others.
Savvy Smith seems like a typical teen, and the characters all appear quite realistic. I like the way she uses Bible verses for guidance in her writing advice and life. Even as an adult, I was challenged to follow her example. I recommend the book for girls age 10 and up.