Author: Maureen Johnson
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: HarperTeen (September 26, 2006)
My Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Ginny was very close to her aunt. She felt that her aunt was truly the one person who understood her, and made her interesting by association. When Ginny receives a package from her Aunt Peg, who is deceased, she doesn't think anything of it. The package contains 13 blue envelopes.
The first envelope has the four rules that Ginny must follow, along with instructions to only open the envelopes one at a time in order. So she sets off on this journey through England. On her trip she starts to find out more about herself and her beloved aunt.
This book was such a quick read, and it was entertaining as well. Ginny really stood out to me. She was this girl who felt shy and uninteresting, but as her trip starts to really speed up began to feel more self aware and interesting. She made some great friends along the way and even managed to start a whirl wind romance.
I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever felt uninteresting, or to anyone looking for just a quick read.
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