The novel wakes up the girlish adolescent in you. It made me remember bits of my secondary school, at the time I read the first two books. Yes, hell yes, it is often previsible. But who cares when it's enjoyable and entertaining? I think the Sisterhood books have the advantage of having characters that people can identify themselves to (okay, those people being girlish adolescents). Like not feeling good about youself or not being sure of what you want, etc. But in a way those characters were a bit lacking of depth....Continua
This third installment of the traveling pants series just couldn't get me interested in the girls or their lives. I listened to it, but was never truly engaged by it.
Carmen is still on my nerves in this book as well, but the other characters develop more. I am glad I continued reading. I am working on reading the last one in the series today.
The third installment to a wonderful series about growing up. I enjoyed re-visiting the "sisters" again.
The Pants first came to us at the perfect moment. That is, when we were splitting up for the first time. It was two summers ago when they first worked their magic, and last summer when they shook up our lives once again. You see, we don’t wear the Pants year-round. We let them rest so they are extra powerful when summer comes. (There was the time this spring when Carmen wore them to her mom’s wedding, but that was a special case.)
Now we’re facing our last summer together. In September we go to college. And it’s not like one of those TV shows where all of us magically turn up at the same college. We’re going to four different colleges in four different cities (but all within four hours of one another—that was our one rule). We’re headed off to start our real lives.
Tomorrow night at Gilda’s we’ll launch the Pants on their third summer voyage. Tomorrow begins the time of our lives. It’s when we’ll need our Pants the most....Continua