Breaking Up Is Hard To Do by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt

Synopsis:
As her father’s wedding approaches, Christine needs help more than ever to process her grief over her mother’s death, but her friends are all fighting with each other.

Review:
The second book in the Miracle Girls series, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do has a darker tone than Miracle Girls, and as a result goes a lot deeper. Angsty Christine is angrier and sadder than any of Anne & May’s protagonists to date, and in her pain she’s eminently relatable. They also do a good job showing how even the best of friendships can go sour, and present a good model to girls for how to mend broken relationships.

2 thoughts on “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt”

  1. BLESS YOU for writing a review, Ms. Superfast.

    I must say, Christine is my favorite Miracle Girl. I know I’m supposed to love them all equally but I can’t help it!

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