Friday, May 12, 2006

The Thin Pink Line by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Well - I don't know about this one. At the end of the book I was interested in reading the sequal because I wanted to know what happened but at the same time I just don't really care. Does that make sense? The book was just ok. I think the main character was just getting on my nerves and I also think that a lot of the phrases didn't make sense to me, so that could be why I didn't enjoy it as much.

The book is about a girl who misses who period and thinks she is pregnant. She tells her boyfriend, the one she lives with and wants to marry, and his response is to take a test.
She finds out later that night that she isn't pregnant (she gets her period - late). However - she continues to pretend she is pregnant so that others will pay more attention to her and so she can convince her boyfriend to marry her.

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