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by Kristin Billerbeck

Genre: Inspirational, Young Adult

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The second book featuring Daisy Crispin is sweet and enjoyable. Daisy is a fun character, but many of her problems could be cleared up with simple conversations about the misunderstandings. Her tendency toward being a doormat and not standing up for herself is a bit grating as well. Yet for teens, this is a fun, entertaining book about embracing life with all of its joys and sorrows.

Daisy is finally in the last part of her senior year with graduation on the horizon and Pepperdine in her future. Everything looks bright, especially after the fabulous time she had with Max at the prom. But now everyone is acting like she’s unimportant or even invisible! Her best friend isn’t talking to her, Max is acting strange and her parents are even weirder than normal. Is Daisy destined to end her high school experience as an unknown nobody? (REVELL, Jul., 272 pp., $9.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: REVELL

Published: July 2011

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