Number of Pages:390
In the beginning of this book, it sounded like the basic story about popular girls wearing prada high heels, Juicy Couture clothing and holding Coach bags, but as you go into the story it changes slightly. I can't say that I particularly liked this book. Phoebe, the main character, is a Rothschild, the daughter of one of the most influential families in the world. She meets Mallory in school one day, being made fun of, and Phoebe gives up her somewhat fake friend named Colette. Phoebe was just meeting Mallory and I was just starting to know her myself, when all of a sudden, its four years later.
Maybe if Nancy Werlin waited until the middle of the book to say that it had been four years later I would have liked this book much better. Personally I think the cover doesn't symbolize any parts throughout the story or any of the characters. When I first saw the cover of this book, it seemed like to me that this was a story about kidnapping or something of the sort since the cover of "Extraordinary" is a picture of a girl running through a forest. I honestly think that this book was a little too quick, cutting off important details and the like.
Fantasy/fiction/magical meter-2 stars
TOTAL STARS-9 STARS=2 STARS
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Until next time!
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