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    1. The Phantom Paragrapher
      Tauranga, New Zealand
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      February 19, 2011
      The Phantom Paragrapher
      Tauranga, New Zealand
      Age: 18-24
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
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      Review : Me, Just Different ( The Re-invention of Skylar Holt) -Stephanie Morrill -2009

      This book is all about how one moment in your life can cause a domino effect and though it may not seem it at the time , it always ends up being for the better. Meet Skylar , She has everything Friends, Popularity, Parties , The World at her feet until one day her world comes crashing around her . Her Family's falling apart , her sister has a big secret that no-one can find out and the family down the road have moved in and are too perfect too be true. Can Skylar re-invent herself without losing her life or will she in the process realise that everything she has around her is superficial and not worth it. In this book , Skylar finds out when things come to a halt and starts crunching down that , that is the time when you start to realise who your true friends are and those who will stand by you when the going gets tough. An excellent read for teens wanting books like author Melody Carlson's or Robin Jones Gunn,
    2. Carman Boley
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      November 1, 2009
      Carman Boley
      This is a must-read for teen girls today. Me, Just Different reminded me of Michelle Suttons Second Glances series. Both this book and Michelles DEAL WITH ISSUES! I love that. Teens today are so deceived by the secular worldview of things, and books like this one are what they need to read. While still being fun, enjoyable reads, they really show the truth of things. They arent fluff, like most teen books are nowadays. I cried SO hard! This book will really make you feel things. I felt so sorry for Skylar and what she was going through. Since I have been raised in a Christian, homeschooled environment my whole life, some of the things in this book amazed me. Ive never had to deal with drugs, alcohol, smoking, or teen pregnancy. I feel so blessed to have been raised in such a way that I would be able to have a strong Christian foundation before having to deal with those things. So watching Skylar having to deal with them, without the strong Christian upbringing, was heartbreaking. She didnt know what to do, or how to handle what was going on around her. Im really anxious to know what happens in the rest of the series! I believe that the rest of the books will be just as good as this one. Again, a must-read for teens today.
    3. Jill Williamson
      Oregon
      Age: 25-34
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      October 14, 2009
      Jill Williamson
      Oregon
      Age: 25-34
      Gender: female
      When Eli rescues eighteen-year-old Skylar from a bad situation at a summer party, she is so relieved that she agrees to start dating him. But she is also making some life changes. No more parties, and she's going to start going to church. But her friends and family aren't making that an easy thing to do. Eli is always jealous and won't come to church with her, her little sister has a secret that Skylar is forced to keep, and her parents' marriage is falling apart. The last thing she needs is for Connor, the guy down the street, to start butting his nose in where it doesn't belong. This was an engrossing read. Stephanie Morrill writes a story as addicting as any TV teen drama. I got sucked into Skylar's circle of friends, with all their issues and cattiness, and was rooting for Skylar to ditch the wrong people and stick with the right ones. I loved how the whole story came together. It's a sweet teen romance that doesn't skimp on the backstabbing girlfriends and clueless boys. I liked it a great deal. Looking forward to the next book in the series. Highly recommended.
    4. Leigh DeLozier
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      October 5, 2009
      Leigh DeLozier
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      Everybody thinks Skylar Hoyt has it all when she starts her senior year of high school -- looks, popularity, a boyfriend any other girl would love to have. What they don't know is that she's ready for some changes, thanks to an incident that gave her a serious wake-up call. Me, Just Different takes you right into the real world of high school and some big issues for teens everywhere -- partying, friendship, dating, parents, secrets. Then it looks at how one girl who's trying to figure out her faith fits all those pieces together. It's a great read and one I'll definitely recommend to my gilrs at church. I'm looking forward to the next in the series!
    5. Sally
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      August 14, 2009
      Sally
      In her senior year of high school, Skylar loves the idea of being in love, but she does not necessarily love her boyfriend. She makes some poor choices and surrounds herself with some of the wrong crowd. Her group of friends are backbitters who don't know the meaning of loyalty.This is a book about the complex problems teens face; the redeeming feature is how Skylar finds her way through the mess in her life. I recommend it for older teens.
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