Abbymasonfoggy123, July 4, 2008 (view all comments by Abbymasonfoggy123)
This has to be in teh top 5 best books i have ever read. It was the kind of fanstsy where it is realistic but where it doesn't seem like it could ever happen, i don't know if that makes sense but to me it does. I don't think that most young girls who read this will understand the true meaning beneath it, i understood it, well kind of.
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chocochic53, December 9, 2007 (view all comments by chocochic53)
My morals would not let me enjoy this book. The thing is a lot of trash from cover to cover. I understand that some people may enjoy reading this stuff considering that this kind of material is in movies and on TV all the time, but for me, get something with a real plot instead of this wannabe.
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ruizc, July 14, 2007 (view all comments by ruizc)
Peaches is an unbelivably great book. As soon as i started reading i could not put it down! Through out the book you to feel connected to the characters, which makes putting it down depressing. I love to read a good book and it takes a lot to impress me for a book to be one of my favorites. I was impressed by the complete story line of Peaches and it is know one of my TOP favorite books! I am anxious to get my hands on the sequel The Secrets of Peaches. I'm hoping the sequel will be just as great as the first. If your looking for a great summer read Peaches is definatly the book for you.
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