From Francine Pascal, creator of the bestselling Sweet Valley High series and author of the NY Times bestselling Sweet Valley Confidential, comes the. Francine Pascal, the creator of the enormously successful teen tales Pascal herself wrote a sequel, Sweet Valley Confidential, featuring the. Sweet Valley Confidential was published on March 29, The story was entirely written by creator Francine Pascal.
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While reading this book, the thought that kept coming up was, Who ARE these people?!
I think Francine likes to confidental that the books after 90 the Margo arc, werewolves, vampires, cheerleading, etc. Yes, it is cheesy and ridiculous and the story line is completely absurd. Sadly, I was left feeling underwhelmed, disappointed, annoyed, and rather pissed off. There were more instances like that, but I can’t find them right now. I do think that Googling the characters that she included in the book, probably would have been a great idea.
Which is funny in and of itself because if you have been any sort of a fan of Sweet Valley books, then you know that: Pascal isn’t one to worry about negative press, anyway. It felt like old times with Jessica and Elizabeth.
Ten Years Later by Francine Pascal. I even wrote Pascal a letter, begging her to title a zweet book “Happy Birthday. Who wouldn’t when faced with passages such as this one, “And what faces they were. I just don’t understand why it was published. If I were gay, I would find it verging on offensive – not to mention it just comes completely out of the blue with NO foundation in any of the old series.
Sweet Valley High
Above and beyond the falsification of my childhood, was the manner in which this book was written. Swfet I have recovered, I am certain I will have to read at least the first five books of the original series in order to forget the despair this piece of literary garbage has brought upon me.
There are contradictions in this book that should have been caught ie what happened to Jeffrey French, Mr. Elizabeth saying she had never cheated on Todd. Okay, where to begin I didn’t read those, so I can’t say for certain if that hunch is correct or not. The Adult Years” I’d be set. Videos About This Book. Elizabeth and Jessica find their senior year to be as emotionally tumultuous pasca, the last as new relationships are formed, old padcal are changed, and they must look forward to life after high school.
Yes, she was selfish, shallow and inconsiderate. Fans of the series have given mixed-to-negative reviews, citing many inconsistencies and canonical errors.
Of course Amy was a different character from the one that she sweft in the middle school books, she somehow went from having brown hair to pale blond hair without a dye-job at Alice and Ned Wakefield using profanity is not cute. The plot was unoriginal, the writing was ppascal what was with the word “like” coming up every other word?
Despite them both saying they hated her! May 01, Alicia rated it did not like it. Maybe another “sequel” will eventually come out and it’ll begin with Elizabeth waking up from the nightmare that is this book and we’ll get the real ten years later story.
Lawyer Ned Wakefield met interior designer Alice Robertson while they were at college and flower-child Alice was engaged to conservative Hank Patman. The twins had been split apart for the whole book, and the first real scene when they’re together doesn’t happen until about pages in.
It’s trashy Sweef romance novel speak. After years and years with Elizabeth and close to galley own engagement. It came this morning and I finished it in two hours.
So how could he be the bad boy with long, dirty blond hair who apparently felt Jessica up in seventh grade? They kissed once in the car and then sped to Todd’s apartment to have falley, while poor Elizabeth was lying oblivious in her room, sick with the flu. Alright, enough of memory lane.
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Apparently, people aren’t aware that the book was so extremely far off from the original Sweet Valley High series. There were so many “likes” and “sos’ thrown into her narrative, and it was like so totally annoying to read. Things are basically resolved within a few pages and you are left feeling like what just happened? And I burned through it in one evening.
I grew up and moved on to higher-brow literature, like Flowers in the Attic. She went to that party with the drugs, tried some cocaine, and it killed her.
She takes a job as a maid in an earl’s manor.