Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Truthfully, if I were to judge a book by its cover, I would have passed by this book. To reinforce my poor judgment, I really loved this author's first book but the pink tones and the dress made this book appear, to me, to be something not my taste. I, in no way, classify myself as a girlie girl and even more both of my prom experiences from my younger years were pretty much dreadful disasters. I thought about checking it out from the local library, but alas their copy is on order. Thank you, Eve’s Fan Garden (Twilight Moms) for coordinating a read along, even though I was late to the party in the participation arena. I ventured into my local book chain to acquire several books and add this one to the stack. I am so glad I did. This book was fantastic. After chapter 6 I found it impossible to put down and read straight on to the wonderful finish. I’m going to pass it around to all my reader coworkers, it’s so good. Ms. Eulberg’s writing is effortless to read and you travel along through the story as if you were there. With bullying so prominent in today’s social discussions, this book does not preach to its reader but paint the picture as a backdrop. Primarily the story reinforces the one thing I did, DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK/PERSON BY ITS/THEIR COVER. Go buy it today, find a nice comfy nook and dive into this great story.
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