Sarra Manning Books Review

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Today I am going to be reviewing all four Sarra Manning books that I’ve read. I do have her other books but I am yet to read them!

Let’s get lost

This book was very intriguing and sophisticated. I enjoyed it because I felt sophisticated reading it, which is a nice thing because I like feeling sort of posh. It was very relaxing in a way, because there weren’t any major issues (that I remember). I liked it when the girl (sorry- this was ages ago) lied to Atticus person about her age. That’s sort of all I remember but I’ts very good and lovely!

Nobody’s Girl

This book is so good!! I read this book for the first time when I was nine and I didn’t really understand/ appreciate it. To be honest, I only read it because I got it at Queen of Teen and Sarra told me to wait till I was older to read it, so of course I read it straight away. At the time I would have described the book as ‘hmph’ BUT when I actually understood the book I realised that it was pretty awesome as well as one of my favourite books. I love the way Sarra writes about relationships and how friendly ones can become turbulent and romantic. The way she described Toph and Bea was adorable. There’s travelling in there as well which is cool.

Guitar Girl

I can’t really remember this book but I know it was a really good read. The main thing I liked is how I think it was the two people in the band or something that got together. I liked that but then I can’t remember if he turned on her, which then means I didn’t like that bit but it was a dramatic story line anyway. It was really cool because the story was told from end to beginning to end which doesn’t make sense but I mean it was told as a flashback. Just to warn younger readers- it’s quite sexual but if you like music then you will probably enjoy it.


I think I actually remember this book. Well I love this book because I can relate to it. I’m glad Jean (?) got with Michael, because it proves you don’t have to be ‘pretty’ and ‘nice’ to go out with a hot boy, as in personalities do count in life. I’m not a stunner either and I’m very sarcastic so it’s nice to know there is hope for me. It was interesting to see how Jean- the ‘weird one’, got on with Michael- the ‘cool one’, as you wouldn’t normally throw those two people together. Additionally, I’m glad Jean remained true to herself at the end because that made her a strong role model!

I’m sorry I can’t really remember any of the books, but Sarra Manning is an awesome writer- so definitely check out her books! іAdios!

Love, Sydney


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