1. Asking for Trouble - eBookeBOOK
    Asking for Trouble - eBook
    Sandra Byrd
    Tyndale House / 2012 / ePub
    $5.59 Retail: $6.99 Save 20% ($1.40)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 29 Reviews
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 9, 2010
    I so enjoyed Sandra's let them eat cake series and when I heard about the new series (London Confidential) I had to read them - even though I am a few years older than the whole YA thing... (um... old enough that its not polite to ask) The new series are really fun books and its hard to put them down. I read "Asking for Trouble" on Thursday and the next (Thick & Thin) on Friday! Characters are well written and Savvy goes through what most teens do... Trying to find her 'look' and friendship and learning to look for Gods path instead of relying on her own. Great series! Also, I am now wishing for a trip to London and some shopping!
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    April 29, 2010
    K Kassebaum
    My 14-year-old daughter is an avid reader. If she's not interesting in a story line, she won't finish the book but move onto a more engaging one. She has loved Sandra Byrd's books in the past, so when I heard about her new series, I had to get them! I bought the first two books, "Asking for Trouble" and "Through Thick & Thin" for my daughter for her birthday. She devoured them! I couldn't get her to stop reading at night and go to bed as she just couldn't wait to read what happened next. I know we'll be buying the next in the series as soon as they come out!My daughter's personal feedback is: "When I started reading the book "Asking For Trouble" I was captivated. The way Sandra wrote the book kept me wondering what was happening next. This book made me want to visit London for myself. I understood Savvy's problems and agreed with some of the characters, which kept me interested throughout it all. Overall I would recommend this book to anyone who is a tween/teen girl."
  3. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 26, 2010
    This book is about an American girl named Savvy, who moves with her family to England. She struggles with the many changes, but displays good character and judgment throughout the book. As she develops as a reporter and writer, she lands a column in the school newspaper. This book is perfect for the young teen who is searching for answers to life's many challenges, as Savvy applies Biblical counsel in all of her decisions. These decisions not only apply to her advice column and to her personal life, but also to the readers' real life situations.I cannot say that I'll be eagerly awaiting the remaining books in this series, but I will be excited to recommend the London Confidential series to the young teen daughters of my friends.**Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers as part of the Tyndale Blog Network book review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255
  4. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 26, 2010
    My teen daughter and I read this book together. Here is a joint effort review from a teen's point.Story plot: Savannah Smith better known as "Savvy" is a 15-year-old, want-a-be journalist. She and her family have just moved from America to the London area because of her father's job transfer. Savvy is trying to fit in at school and make new friends.Favorite character: was the dog, who seemed to be tormenting, torturing or provoking Savvy. The dog's name was Giggle, but Savvy always refereed to him as Growl.I liked that Savvy used scripture verses and her knowledge of the Bible when dealing with others and applied them to her own life.Something that baffled me not that it changed any thing or hurt the story just a question I had ~If the Wexburg Academy Times, which was the school's newspaper, was in such dire straights and on the rocks, why is it they distributed the school paper on Thursday morning and then picked up those that didn't get taken on Thursday afternoon? If I were on the newspaper staff I would have suggested leaving them out for the whole week since it was a weekly newspaper. Then more students would have probably have picked one up and read it.I loved this book and would recommend it to I would say 10-15 year-olds; probably girls, I don't think boys would like it. The genre more chicky-lit catagory. A copy of this book was provided by Tyndale publishers for this review.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    April 17, 2010
    Renee Seats
    Asking for Trouble (London Confidential) by Sandra Byrd is a light hearted book about the difficulties a teenage girl faces as she tries to fit in in a new school in a new country. In this first book in a series Savvy Smith is a 15 year old girl with a promising future on the high school news paper. She has friends, a church and a comfortable life. Her family then moves to England and Savvy finds its hard to find her place in her new school, Wexberg Academy. I loved how this light hearted story shows how a teenage girl relates to God & turns to him in her circumstances for answers. This is a great read for the teen girls in your life or if you've ever been the new kid on the block. this is a great book to add to your summer reading list.I received this book free from Tyndall House Publishers as part of their bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 : Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
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