Magenta Orange: The trials of a teenage temptress by Echo Freer

October 30, 2008 at 10:36 am | Posted in Books, Fiction, Reviews, Suggestions, Young Adult | Leave a comment

This novel is about a typical teenage girl who’s extremely clumsy and just trying to get through life unscathed.

Magenta and Daniel had been neighbors and best friends for years, yet Daniel sensed something more. The novel has a powerful and truthful storyline that should be recognized for its realistic qualities.

Magenta goes through heartbreak, school, exams, home issues and friend issues that are described with truth and honesty on what a teenage girl’s life is. It’s an enchanting novel that I recommend to teenage girls who want something real that they can relate to.

Reviewed by A. Hale

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