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Sunday, August 10, 2008

Fabulous Terrible

You’ve spent your entire life bounced around from foster home to foster home. You’re latest, and possibly final, chance at a family is about to slip away, all because of you’re mysterious visions. However you have a chance at happiness, a glimmer of hope if you will. Trumbull Woodhouse, the prestigious all girls boarding school that cranks out some of the most influential women in the world. The school you’ve just been accepted to. But all that glimmers is not gold. Trumbull Woodhouse has a dark secret, one that you find yourself in the middle of.

Talbot’s implication that the protagonist is you causes the story to reach a level of realism that is unique to the series. The character takes on its own persona, whether that person is you or a character of your own fabrication is up to you. The omission of the characters basic attributes makes it easy even for those with limited imaginations to put themselves in the girl’s shoes. Before you know it you’ll find yourself completely immersed in the shinning grandeur and shady secrets that surround the prestigious Trumbull Woodhouse boarding school.

Fabulous Terrible is the perfect choice for any and every reader. The combination of mystery, friendship and secrets makes it hard not to love. No matter when or where you read it you’ll immediately be hooked.

4.5 Stars!

(P.S. For those still not convinced, think A Great and Terrible Beauty meets Private.)

1 comment:

  1. Looks fabulous! On my Wishlist! And who wouldn't luv the cover? LOL


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