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Tuesday, November 24

Review: Front and Center by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

Title: Front and Center
By: Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
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Book Synopsis from Author's Site:
In this hilarious and moving conclusion to the Dairy Queen trilogy, D.J. Schwenk returns to her small-town high school – only to find herself the focus of far too much attention. From an old friend now hot for romance, to college recruiters and rabid local hoops fans, to Brian Nelson . . . How will shy, quiet D.J. handle things now that she’s front and center?

Let's just say that I began this book a little unprepared. I was not aware when I began that this was the third book about the story of D.J. This was all around a alright story, but it was lacking in a real punch. I waited throughout the entire book for something outstanding that would catch my attention, and carry me the remainder of the book but it never happened. This was not a terrible story, and I didn't have to drag myself all the way through, but it was not a powerful story. Good for a quick light read. Although, it was noticeable that I had not read the previous two books. Make sure you visit Diary Queen and The Off Season before embarking on this venture.

*Special Thanks to Houghton Mifflin for this book.
**Also, going to have a giveaway for this book, make sure to keep your eye out.


Nina said...

It sounds like a great book, but too bad that you had to wait till almost the end. :)

Icejewel said...

oh..its the third book in the series, was it difficult to understand the entire story ?