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
Writing is simple and easy to read. - Goodreads
Great series with great character development. - Goodreads
I was quite frustrated with Bee's plot. - Goodreads
A great ending to a truly marvelous series. - Goodreads

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

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Catch up with the women from the Sisterhood, 10 years after the loss of the magical pants. Having grown up together, Carmen, Tibby, Lena, and Bridget have a bond that spans the age of time and around ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Renee +Tsundoku+ - Goodreads

These girls, all four of them, pissed me off at some point in this book. First, Bee. Why can't she do anything but think about the opposite sex?! Seriously. She has this wonderful opportunity to visit ... Read full review

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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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