Summers of the Sisterhood: Forever in Blue

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RHCP, Mar 11, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Lena: Immerses herself in her painting and an intoxicating summer fling, fearing that the moment she forgets about Kostos will be the moment she sees him again.

Carmen: Falls under the spell of a sophisticated college friend for whom a theatrical role means everything and the heritage of the Pants means nothing.

Bridget: Joins a dig for an ancient city on the coast of Turkey and discovers that her archaeology professor is available in every way except one.

Tibby: Leaves behind someone she loves, wrongly believing he will stay where she has left him.

Join Ann Brashares' beloved sisterhood once again in a dazzling, fearless novel. It's a summer that will forever change the lives of Lena, Carmen, Bee and Tibby, here and now, past and future, together and apart.

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Great ending to a fun series. - Goodreads
I was sort-of disappointed in the ending. - Goodreads
Great series with great character development. - Goodreads
They are light, and easy to read. - Goodreads
I was quite frustrated with Bee's plot. - Goodreads
Really enjoy Ann Brashares' writing! - Goodreads

Review: Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood (Sisterhood #4)

User Review  - Courtney - Goodreads

i loved this final book and I cant wait to receive the final book in this series. it has such a wonderful ending. I can relate a little bit to each of the girls and I absolutely adore the fact that ... Read full review

Review: Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood (Sisterhood #4)

User Review  - Kelsey - Goodreads

Anxiously awaited the day Lena got a storyline that didn't revolve around Kostos or pining after Kostos. That day did not come. Read full review

About the author (2010)

A lover of travel and of pants, Ann Brashares lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and two young sons. She still has a pair of jeans from tenth grade, but they aren't magical and they don't fit any more.

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