Sunday, 31 January 2010

Mixed Messages by Jahnna N. Malcolm

Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pub. Date: December 28th 2004
Age Range: 12 and up
Pages: 208
Format: Paperback
Source Of Copy: from the publisher - S&S

Jade has had it for Zephyr forever. But you can only crush on a guy for so long. And with graduation just around the corner, it's now or never. Jade writes Zephyr a love letter. Only Zephyr never gets the letter. Adam gets the letter. It's a huge disaster and total embarrassment....

Then again, maybe not.


A short light hearted book about teenage love. If you're looking for something that will cheer you up for a short time, this may be your book.

The story is just as simple as the synopsis sounds. A lovely mixed message was delivered and one thing led to another, a couple was born. The tone is sweet and bright, the characters adorable and the messages creative but sweet.

I really like Jade, she's tough, passionate for music but she's kind of silly and crazy like all girls her age. Adam is also a boy you will remember, artistic and nice to people. What I don't like about the book is that it's too short and the relationship development isn't as great as I expected.

Bottom line: A cute book to kill time. Skip if you want something impressive or deep.

Rating: 3/5

9 comments:

IanIan said...

I normally go for the deep, but I like the cute also <3 So maybe I'll try this one, it sounds really sweet :D Thanks for the nice review :D

Emma Michaels said...

I might try this one the next time I am in the mood for a cute read. Thanks for posting! Wonderful as always!

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Jenn (Books At Midnight) said...

Aww, the cover is so patchwork-y adorable. And thanks for the nice review; it definitely sounds like a cute, light red! :)

Lauren said...

Thanks for the great review; it sounds like a really cute book! Plus, I heart the cover! =)

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