Is there another character who deserves a mention? All the girls are fun, but I enjoyed Gina's story line because her friends were diabolical in how they behaved to everything - life isn't all about luxury! Distorted body image is evil and dangerous. Misunderstanding and friction between friends hurts everyone involved.
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Are there plenty of plot twists and surprises? With all four girls having their own storyline, there's plenty of unexpected events.
One of my favourite parts was Make sure you check out more about St Judes and Carmen's other books on her website. Try other St Jude's books for more adventures with the four girls which include Jealous Girl. Tags: Children's.
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About Carmen Reid. Carmen Reid. Carmen was born and brought up in a chilly and windy corner of Scotland in the depths of the countryside. This may explain her lifelong phobia of cows and abiding interest in cities, department stores, books, the cinema and newspapers.
She is currently working on her eigth novel for grown-ups and her third novel for teenagers. Well, she likes to keep busy. Carmen did once study English Literature at Carmen was born and brought up in a chilly and windy corner of Scotland in the depths of the countryside. Knowing deep down that she was supposed to be an author not a journo, she left her day job to have a baby and write her first novel.