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The Second Summer of The Sisterhood

by Ann Brashares

The Second Summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares X
The Second Summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares
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    Apr 2003, 373 pages

    Dec 2004, 416 pages


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I absolutely LOVED this book! It really relates to my life and it is so interesting that you never want to put it down. I read the whole book in three days it was so good. You don't even need to read the first book to understand this, it just comes as you go along.
Kai kafrissen

I love these books, please write another 1

Awesome book/books. I'll just die if she doesn't come out with a third... I hope she hurries up!
a woman and mother 29

these books were great and i don't have time to read but i couldn't put them down i cried i laughed and i have read all the other ratings and they are from teens and i just thought about my teen years reading these books and it brought back so many memories ! I hope there are more books to come with these characters they are real people to me and i want to read more especially to see what happens to tibby and brian... and to see if nena ever finds someone too.................

I'm thirteen and love to read, but it takes a lot for me to pick up a good book. These books are awesome, though! I loved both of them! I hope she comes out with a third one. I know my friends and I would definitely go out and buy it.

WOW! I am 12 years old and read both of the Sisterhood books right in a row (in about 3 days) These are deffintly the best book I have ever read. I laughed, cried (mostly at the end just because the book was over) and I loved every word of it. I was gripped and I absolutly couldn't but this book down. This book is excellent for teenagers and tweens, because it shows what friends should really be like. Please, Please, Please, Ann make more and more books!

This Book was the best book ever that I have read!!!

This is definitely a book that a teenage girl can relate to. I cried (several times) and smiled and laughed...you feel the same emotions that the characters do. This was so well written and i will be highly disappointed if there isnt another book. im not sure if i want this book to become a movie, because i have such clear images of what the girls look like and what their surroundings look like and i dont want that to be ruined by a movie. however with the right actors and actresses it could become a great film. I absolutely loved this book - heres to the sisterhood!

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