Wish You Were Eyre (The Mother-Daughter Book Club 6) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 86 user ratings

"This book was really exciting. A real page turner! This is not fantasy its very real world. Really liked it." said.

"I love all the girls Witty sense of humor I love how you can always connect with them with in their stories" said.

"I loved this book, which I thought was going to be the last in the MDBC series but read on Frederick's blog, a 7th book is in the works (summer 2015).
The girls reminisced on all the books they have read over the years. The book of the year is Jane Eyre and all the girls love it...and Mr. Rochester. There was a lot of talk about boys and their relationships, typical of sophomores in high school. The girls are realistic but their emotions are real.
There's quite a bit of drama this year, an election, a new girl who might be a boyfriend stealer, Megan goes to Paris and Becca goes to Minnesota. When the girls are confronted with the error of their ways, I felt they took more than their share of the blame, but maybe I'm just defensive for them.
Can't wait for that 7th unexpected book.
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"This book was awesome. It is about real girls who are part of a book club and is very easy to relate to" said.

"The Mother-Daughter Book Club is back and this time they are reading "Jane Eyre" and it seems that a few of them definitely have some lessons to learn from Jane Eyre and a few other stories they have been reading or are exposed to. In Wish You Were Eyre , we discover that Becca has got a job working at Megan's grandmother Gigi's shop "Pies and Prejudice" , Megan is off to Paris and has been given the opportunity to cover the Fashion Week show due to her blog, Emma is having boyfriend problems as her boyfriend Stewart seems more occupied with newcomer Sophie who is from France and staying with Megan , Jess has been accused of cheating which means that she could lose not only her spot in the Accapella groud MardiGals but also her scholarship and Cassidy is taking her team to the champisonships but also has boyfriend problems as her eye his drawn to someone other than Zach. With lots happening including marriages, nasty girls, new babies and friendship problems it looks like the girls will have to join forces in overcoming any obstacles thrown in their way and like Jane - That's Eyre not Austen they must grow a backbone and find the courage to stand up for what they believe is right and needs to be said. The Mother-Daughter Book Club series , though is quite a lengthy read is aimed at girls aged 9-13years but is quite enjoyable as they find themselves relating the stories not only to themselves these days but they also get to learn neat facts and bond over the books.
This series is also good for the 13+ who love reading renditions of classics and just want to have some fun downtime to read and not have to worry too much about the content and detail of the storyline.
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"I dub this book one of the best I've read its got drama romance and sass its perfect for girls 9+." said.

"All the books were so good that I think they should do another one, that should be the last book for the series. I love them" said.


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