Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer. Her best friend, Vicky, is jealous of newcomer Grace, and who knows what's up with Jason, her ex-fling. Her mother doesn't understand her, her father's no good at pivotal moments, and even Prince Purple Flower has deserted her. She may yet turn to a life of petty crime.
Doesn't everyone get a happily ever after? Molly is definitely ready for the ever after part to begin.
|Product dimensions:||5.31(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Rachel Vail is the award-winning author of the critically acclaimed novels If We Kiss and Lucky, Gorgeous, and Brilliant (the Avery sisters trilogy) and more than a dozen other novels for young teens, including the Friendship Ring series. Rachel has also written many beloved picture books, including Piggy Bunny and Sometimes I'm Bombaloo, and two hit novels for elementary school kids, Justin Case: School, Drool, and Other Daily Disasters; and Justin Case: Shells, Smells, and the Horrible Flip-Flops of Doom. Rachel lives in New York City with her husband and their two sons.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ok, so if your looking for a relaxful, fun, but complex read, this is for you. Ever After, is about a 14 year old girl, and the changes she goes through, physicly, and emotionaly as she grows up. Better for mature readers, the text is written in a simple way, but not too simple, just right. This book is perfect. I would defidently recomend it to ANYONE!!!!!!! I LOVED IT!!!!!
I realated to Molly really well. The things that she went trough were what real teens would go through. I read this book in like one day!!!!
Rachel Vail has done it again. As a fan for the Friendship Ring Series, I also recommend this book. It is a book teens and pre teens can relate to. It deal with peer pressure, frienship ups and downs,the annoyment of being a growing girl, and other problems that young female teens face in everyday life.
Some books write from a teenage perspective but just sound corny. This book put real problems teens face into a real perspective.