Book Review: Alice MacLeod, Realist at Last

Alice MacLeod, Realist at Last by Susan Juby

SUMMARY: This book is the third one about Alice, intrepid fashionista and overall individualistic personality. With a jailed mother and a jobless father, Alice feels some reponsibility for her family. Not enough responsibility to motivate her to help around the house or give them her summer job money, but enough to write herself in as the heroine of her amazing screenplay. After all, she is only working until Quentin Tarantino buys the rights to it and makes her famous.

OPINION: These books are really quirky, but in a good way. Alice is hilariously unique, especially with her thrift-store chic ensembles. In this book, Alice even manages to put her own spin on the typical "summer romance," with three bizarre boy experiences that might put your personal boyfriend troubles to shame! Read the other two Alice books first, then pick this one up!

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