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Sunday, November 6, 2016

Review: Landry in Like

Landry in Like Landry in Like by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I RECIEVED THIS BOOK FROM THE AUTHOR IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. THIS DOES NOT AFFECT MY VIEWS OR OPINIONS IN ANY WAY.

Landry in Like is an adorable book about friendship and first love.

Summary from Goodreads:
Things seem to be going well in Landry Albright’s world—she’s getting invited to be on local talk shows to talk about her modeling career, her best friends have her back, and her boyfriend Vladi has becoming someone she can truly count on…and then everything changes.

Suddenly it seems like most of the girls in school are into hanging out at a new teen dance club, while Landry just wants to spend her weekends playing video games and baking cup-cakes at sleepovers. Then, Yasmin McCarty, the most popular girl in school, starts to come between Landry’s friendship with her best friend Ashanti. Things take a turn when Yasmin tells Vladi that Landry is interested in another boy. Can Landry get her relationships with Ashanti and Vladi back or will she be left out and left behind?

Sorry I got to this review so late. In all honesty, I forgot I still had to write a review.

I really liked Landry in this book. She was a sweet and kind teenager. I liked the way that she didn't always want to do what was popular. That is something you don't usually see, but that really happens.

I thought that this book was pretty predictable. It seemed like the other books, but with different drama. However, in this tye of thing it kind of worked. It made it seem like real teenage problems. However, most teenagers seem to have more serious problems along with the trivial ones.

This book could really help a tween or young teen learn how to act as they get older. It teaches about doing what you think is right, not letting little things get to you, and about how friends are very important along with family.

Overall, this is a great book with great morals.

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