Read Common Sense Media’s Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood review, age rating, and parents guide. Ann Brashares · Friendship; Save This friendship fiction book, Forever in Blue, is written by Ann Brashires. : Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) (): Ann Brashares: Books. Editorial Reviews. Review. Ann Brashares has created a wonderful, heartfelt series for teens (and adults) around a pair of pants. In her breakout.

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It was definitely more adult than young compared to the previous 3 books, dealing with identity, boundaries, and premarital sex. How can a person write four books about four characters that four years later are just as petty, just as awful, just plain ROTTEN!

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Summer used to be different. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. At times, it was annoying how many questions were asked in this book I enjoyed this last book in the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants series.

Based on 21 reviews. The Here and Now. Other books in the series. I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.

Refresh and try again. However, due to her extreme shyness and strict upbringing, she is uncomfortable painting Leo in the nude and is unable to draw him the way she wants to. Tibby is brasharees, always at the bottom for me. The ending of a beloved series always deserves mixed reviews, and this book is no different.

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I also missed Win. Isn’t that how w This is the fourth book of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series.

She realizes that she almost ruined what she longs for most: For kids who love romantic reads. If you like chick lit, you might like this. But I wish I had not read it at all. Showing of reviews. Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterward.

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And I am Marie of Roumania. These girls’ stories wrapped up well for me. While the series’ start was a good fit for older tweens, this is really better for a more mature reader, who will better understand what the characters are feeling. The emotions are so true that we can’t help but identify at least with one of the girls at any given time in the book. Tibby has a pregnancy scare, Lena begins to question why she is hanging on to her virginity, Bridget realizes she needs to do something to communicate with her family, and Carmen tries to regain her identity as a powerful woman.

Trivia About Forever in Blue: Tibby is overjoyed, both with Brian’s news and their relationship in general, and her happiness is so extreme that she begins to worry that it will not last. Peace, Love and Baby Ducks. This might be my favorite in the original series. She had a kind of boot-camp mentality Bridget decided.

Get to Know Us. There is always something going on with everyone. A book that I’m led to believe is suitable for those aged ten to twelve years of age and upwards which surprises me. Not Enabled Screen Reader: A lot of the plot lines are the same especially with Bee, who’s storyline was very similar to book 1 which was kind of annoying to me and to be honest, some of the “angst” that the girls go through was overdone and rather tedious as well.


And that is how this tale of sisterhood began, but did not end.

Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood

It just goes to show that not every book is for every reader. She also has sex with her boyfriend in her childhood bed. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

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Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Carmen felt the familiar reactions, outmoded and dislodged though they were. View all 3 comments. Tibby, at least, was drunk. Knowing who the books are primarily written for, I would strongly recommend that mothers read the book first and then determine if they want their daughters to read it.

The story concludes the adventures of four girls who share a pair of “magical” pants that fit nlue one of them perfectly, despite their vastly different shapes and sizes. If we think they are, then we’re lost, because times end and places are lost.