At last, Mia is a junior. An upperclassperson. So why is it that everything is going so terribly wrong? What is she doing in Intro to Creative Writing? When she has made it through Algebra and Geometry, why must she be faced with Precalculus? All this is nothing compared to the news Michael springs on her, however. Her beloved boyfriend could be leaving for Japan for a year—or more! Precalc has nothing on preparing for the worst separation ever!
Turns out there is one way she might convince Michael to stay. But will she? Or won't she? No matter what, Mia seems headed for disaster.
Topics: Princesses, Friendship, Coming of Age, High School, Dating, Realistic, New York City, Series, and Epistolary Novels
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In one of my other reviews, I mentioned that one of my big problems with long running series is the tendency for main characters to default to their original personalities even after several books of character development. These last three Princess Diaries books are a glaring example of this trait and it really grates on me.
(Also, the random screenplay excerpts really bothered me, if only for giving the long-time readers information that we already know. *sigh*)