Monday, June 21, 2010

the extraordinary secrets of april, may, and june by robin benway

April, May, and June are sisters each with an extraordinary gift. After their parents' divorce and moving to a new school, April discovers she can see the future, May can disappear, and June can read minds. They soon discover how easy it is to use their gifts for selfish reasons and the consequences that ensue. As tension builds between the sisters, and April sees a vision of a terrible accident, they will have to work together or risk everything.

um. so this novel is brilliant. amazing. a page-turning gem of literature. robin benway is the QUEEN of dialogue and fast, clever one-liners. can i have a special power and be part of their sisterhood? because even though most of time they were annoying each other to no end, there was a bond there that i've never experienced with my sister. this book defines sisterhood and all of it's turbulence and radiance. and did i mention that robin's dialogue is super hilarious? like, if the whole book was dialogue i would've been happy. along with great dialogue this novel has substance. and boys. swoonable boys. julian and henry were so perfect for april and may. there is not one part of this book i disliked.

so make sure you read it! it's impossible not to love!


Jenn (Books At Midnight) said...

Wow, this one sounds like a fun, light read that I DEFINITELY have to read! Haha, it wouldn't be a sisterhood without swoon-over guys. ;D

Great review, thanks!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

this sounds great. I really need to check it out soon. love good dialogue.

Oh, and I emailed you with your swap partner and I guess she emailed you too. It's nearing the end, so please get in touch with one of us if you can do this or not!! thanks.

lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

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