Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Seattle

Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Seattle

by Charlotte Roth


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ISBN-13: 9781539988007
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/13/2016
Pages: 492
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.99(d)

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Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Seattle 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
E_A_Walsh More than 1 year ago
Miss Apple Pants by Charlotte Roth was a sweet coming of age story that touch on many different things, good, bad and heart braking. This light hearted read leaves you in a good mood. This wasn't my first read by this author, but my first in her YA genera. Like the other book I've read, the writing was smooth, consistent and easy to read. But, to be frank, there was way too much filler taking up space, and not adding anything to the overall story and plot. I don't know if it was done to up the page count, but if you added all that filler together you could cut the book down by good 50 pages. So much over explain and going down the rabbit hole. Another go at editing will fix this. Also I did find that because of this extra fluff, there were dull and flat areas in the book that had me board. I fell back into some speed reading habits to get to the good parts. When this book was focused it was great. I was engaged, pulled in and invested in the story and characters. Our MC was a little winy at times for my liking, but I looked that over because of her age. I loved the mother and daughter relationship. I love it when I read books where the MC actually has a loving family. Their family dynamic was beautiful and you can tell they truly loved one another and got along. I also like how this story didn't just pick one thing to focused on, as a whole. It mimicked real life and all it's glory of being unpredictable and pretty much a s&it show. Overall, this was a sweet easy clean read. I give you my recommendation and stamp of approval, that you will get all the good feels, have tears in your eyes, while feeling a sort of nostalgic connecting to better days and growing up. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh
Bobbi Wagner More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It is a sweet story about a young girl who is trying to find herself in life. This book took me on an emotional roller coaster right along with the characters. I don't think there is a life experience that Ella does not experience. The characters are connectable and relateble. They made me feel as if I was right in the story with them, they pulled me right in. I highly suggest this book.