Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Sleepaway Girls by Jen Calonita

In the book I read, Sleepaway Girls, by Jen Calonita, the main character, Sam Montgomery decides to take a break from her best friend, Mal, who gets a boyfriend, and she does not want to hear them being all "lovey" the whole summer. Sam goes for a CIT (counselor-in-training) position in a camp called Whispering Pines, but still promises Mal and a bunch of other friends video-postcards while she is away. What Sam doesn't know, is that her summer will be too jam-packed to do anything else besides the things that are keeping her occupied at camp! From the heartthrobs to the popular girls, how could she have time for anything? Sam is falling for the super-cute, surfer-blond Hunter, and has a rivalry with the camp's queen, Ashley, who just happens to be one of the daughters of the camp director. But at least she has Cole, her best guy-friend, who sides with her on almost everything. All of the drama that happens at the Pines builds up to the fantastic ending. I loved reading this book. It was a real page-turner, and I got so caught up in the book I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves reading about summer camp and all the drama that comes in the same package.

-Janin, Teen Book Reviewer

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