Okay, if you're going to have Stephanie and
Michelle have a lot of arguments from one misunderstanding, this is more like
it. Each thinks the other wrote a letter to their favorite teen advice
columnist. Each asks what to do to help. Stephanie is told to give Michelle
space. Michelle is told to be extra nice. This causes lots of little things
that drive each other crazy, and lead up to their really embarrassing the
other and harming friendships. Then, Stephanie feels bad about giving
Michelle the wrong phone message once day, arranges a free pizza for
Michelle, Cassie, and Mandy, and has a card signed "Love, Stephanie" on it.
Then, things start to get better.
By: Doug Fowler
Rating 8.5 / 10
It's a pretty good book.
Again, while Steph and Michelle are angry with one another, Stephanie
seems a good deal more mature than she seemed in Substitute Sister. I like
this one a lot better than the other.