- Publisher: HarperTeen
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 135mm x 203mm x 18mm | 204g
- Publication date: 20 May 2009
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0060890452
- ISBN 13: 9780060890452
- Edition statement: Reprint
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 518,464
This accessible literary novel begins just as scandal rocks three sisters and their wealthy, glittering world, exploring the glamorous life with insight and heart.
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By TeensReadToo 16 Sep 2010
Phoebe, the youngest of the Avery sisters, is graduating from middle school. Her life seems perfect. She and her four best friends will be having the party of the year, she has an eye on the perfect dress, and the promise of high school's new beginnings. But when Phoebe's mom starts acting weird, and her friends start alienating her, the perfect conclusion to her eighth-grade year is at stake.
Can Phoebe pull it together and do what's right, even if it means swallowing her pride and forgoing what she wants most?
LUCKY is the wholly enjoyable first novel in Rachel Vail's new trilogy. Phoebe is a nicely relatable narrator who nearly anyone can empathize with. Her problems are those that we've all faced at one time or another, reminding us once again that you don't have to have to be privileged to be able to solve them with your dignity intact.
Witty and engaging, by the time this coming-of-age story is spun, you'll feel truly lucky to read it.
"Vail (You, Maybe) again demonstrates a penetrating insight into the concerns of young teen girls, this time upending the conventions of the rich-girl novel... Readers will absorb this in one fell swoop."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)