21 March 2008

Review: Footfree & Fancyloose by Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain

Footfree and Fancyloose is a story about four best friends who embark on a personal journey persue their dreams. Sophie is busy away in LA, making her first strides towards becoming an actress and getting her big break. Unluckily, she get's kicked out of her posh 90210 pad and has to take Sam's couch. Kate is in Ethopia with a volunteer group, trying to convince a man to let them build a well on his property to help his village. It doesn't help that Darby, another volunteer, thinks that she is a "dumb blonde" and that her reasons are superficial, which makes him treat her horribly. Harper is struggling to write her novel and keep up with her changing friendship with Jude, while Becca is struck with love for Stewart. Becca soon finds out her relationship with Stewart is not as perfect as she thoughts and must make a choice.

Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain have shown their skill in this book! Reader's will not be disappointed with Bass Ackwards and Belly Up's sequel. In all honesty, It was a little hard for me to get into, but the book definitely grew on me fast! In fact, I was dreading to get to the end because I knew it would be over. Each Character had shown a tremendous amount of growth since the first. I recommend this series for girls who have previously relished books by Sarah Dessen or Ann Brashares.

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Kelsey B. said...

Oh, how did you get this book? I thought it wasn't out yet! I loved your review!