The Last Little blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson

Despite the slight disappointment of 13 Little Blue Envelopes, I was still wanting to read this book and see if it could top the previous.

It was better. The character were more developed and appeared more like actual people. It didn’t have that crazy travel sparkle like the first one did, but it made up for it with having real characters and I felt the dynamics were better explored in this one.

This was definitely a better book than the first, and I’m glad I made it past the first and was able to read it.

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