The Last Little Blue EnvelopeBook - 2011 | First edition.
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bwortman Mar 28, 2013
The Last Little Blue Envelope is a wonderful sequel and Maureen Johnson's quirky wit and great skill continue to shine. While characters that I was very attached to in the previous novel reappear, none of them remain static and everyone grows. Ginny, who truly came into her own in the last novel,... Read More »
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“I mean . . .” It was annoying when other people couldn’t get in your head and automatically catch up with your conversations.
if she did come back, it would never be the same. She would never look up at those black blinds with the same anticipation, or stare into that piece of patterned gold plastic in the door and think when the door opened, she would be greeted with a kiss. All of those little fantasies, so carefully cultivated, were wiped away. Maybe this was what Aunt Peg meant all along – returning was a weird thing. You can never visit the same place twice. Each time, it’s a different story. By the very act of coming back, you wipe out what came before.
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