The Secrets of Peaches

The Secrets of Peaches

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By (author) Jodi Lynn Anderson

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  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Format: Paperback | 299 pages
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 198mm x 20mm | 227g
  • Publication date: 24 April 2012
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0060733101
  • ISBN 13: 9780060733100
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 223,876

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The delicious sequel to the New York Times bestseller PeachesAfter a magical summer living on a peach orchard, Murphy, Leeda, and Birdie confront a series of breakups, makeups, and takeoffs. They may have to leave one another, along with the orchard that brought them together. But despite their heartbreak, this year's bittersweet endings could lead to the sweetest of new beginnings.

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By TeensReadToo 16 Sep 2010 4

THE SECRETS OF PEACHES takes place where its prequel, PEACHES, left off.

Birdie, Murphy, and Leeda are all beginning their senior year of high school and each facing their own struggles. Birdie is dealing with a long-distance relationship, now that Enrico has gone back to Mexico, as well as worrying about her housekeeper. Murphy is trying to deal with actually having a serious boyfriend and worrying about where she's going to college. Leeda is dealing with a mother who pays more attention to her older sister instead of her and starts becoming more and more distant from everyone, friends included.

The friends and family drama are what keep this novel moving. I truly think that the friendship of Leeda, Birdie, and Murphy is one of the strongest and most realistic one you'll find in YA fiction. If you enjoyed PEACHES, I'm sure you'll like this one, although it does share the one problem from the previous book - it drags horribly in the middle.

Other than that, I definitely recommend it, especially if you enjoyed the first title.