Monday, May 25, 2009

Everything Beautiful in the World by Lisa Levechuk.

Characters: 15/20
Plot: 18/20
Originality: 19/20
Writing: 20/20
Recommendation: 17/20
Overall: 89/100 or B
Edna's mother has cancer, and most people are willing to let her get away with anything. For example, she can fail a Latin test, be late to class, and skip tennis practice. There is one thing that Edna is fairly certain that she can't get away with... dating her teacher. Yet, Mr. Howland is so perfect or well she thinks so. He has long tousled blond hair, great skills on the guitar, and can do a great impression of Dracula. Edna is happy for the first time in a while. Every time, she kissed him, she feels like she is floating. Suddenly more people know and it gets complicated. Edna doesn't know if it can last much longer.
Edna was a wonderful character. She did somethings that she later regrets, but what teen hasn't that happened too. She was very caring. Like wondering what happened to her brother, Tommy and also with her mom. I felt bad that she thought it was her fault. Mr. Howland was a selfish man and a jerk. I don't understand what Edna saw in him. Also, why didn't Barbie and Patty tell on him? It really annoyed me. The plot was pretty good. It wasn't predictable. The writing was fantastic and I can't wait for more from Levechuk.

1 comment:

  1. The plot of the story sounds really good. I really want to find out what happened at the end. Thanks for the review, Sarah.


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