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My Melancholic Diary by Iva Kenaz
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My Melancholic Diary

by Iva Kenaz

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The characters in this book were so well developed and easy to get to know. I feel like I had a clear image of who everyone was, even the first time I heard about them. I liked the believable action of Lisa and Hanna, and although crazy, Lisa's dad was a great and strong character that provided a great contrast to the other characters.
Some of the language felt a little too mature for the age of the character, but I think it kind of works since she is in Europe. Her language skills might be more advanced due to her culture.
All in all this was a really fun book. I don't know that I have ever read anything quite like it before!
I received this book free from the author. ( )
  DanaBurkey | Apr 10, 2016 |
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