Book Review: The Last Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson

lastblueBook Review: The Last Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson

When someone finds the missing last envelope, Ginny is once again on the way back to London in the hopes of learning what her aunt wanted her to know. When she arrives things with Keith aren’t as simple as she expected…and neither is getting back the letter.

I love the uncle in this series. He loves unconditionally and that is what Ginny needs most. Liked that emotions seemed a little more relatable in this one, and new additional characters were complex and interesting.

Quote on a card game/high school:

“Whoever had the best horse won both the cards. You repeated this until someone had all the cards; so basically, it was exactly like high school, except it only took three minutes. Which was really a bit more humane if you thought about it.”

Recommended Grades: 7 and up
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Overall Opinion:  Average
Source: Audiobook

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