Avid fans, we have come to the end of the Chicks Trilogy. In the final installment of the high-school saga, the four friends are “staring down the end of high school” and wondering (or at least Scottie is) if this will be the end of their quartet. The book begins at Movies In The Park, where we learn that Scottie is making a memory quilt… Will the Chicks survive the new principal, venomous quilters, Bella’s search for a seinor service project, Tay’s new joint custody , Amanda’s debutante duty, and Scottie’s college fears?
Personally, I thought this book was pretty good, the best of the Chicks. (exept for a few pages I skipped. Call me a wimp, but I will not read that stuff!) I thought the author tied up the loose ends that confused me in the first and second books. If you read the first two, you have to read the last one. I especially liked Scottie’s college woes and her service project, along with the French Fry Bus, Amanda’s designs, and, well, I always just plain enjoyed reading about Tay. Don’t worry if you’re sick of chick lit, ’cause next moth will be a very different story! (Pardon my pun! I couldn’t resist.) Well, I hope you had fun with these books. I sure did!
Wildwool (a.k.a. Lily)