I hate giving bad reviews... and this isn't really a "bad" book but I didn't find it very realistic. I thought the teens had far too much freedom. One of the characters lived by herself because her parents both had jobs overseas. I just don't see that happening. I also don't see teen girls getting together and making dinner that involves anything other than a microwave and a frozen dinner in a box. The dialogue didn't ring true either. I found myself doubting that teens would talk this way.
It's very possible that I'm just not in the right frame of mind for "fluffy" books and that's why I didn't really like this one or want to finish Lucky T. I can say that I devoured Skybreaker by Kenneth Oppel and that is not a fluffy book...
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