Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Review: Better Off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg

Title: Better Off Friends
Author: Elizabeth Eulberg
Published February 25th 2014 by Point
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
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Better Off Friends is a story about- you guessed it!- best friends that realize maybe they want to be something more. As a fan of this kind of storyline I was thrilled to dive in and read it. I've read this Elizabeth Eulberg before, but not in a long time, so I didn't really remember much about her style.

It ended up being a really cute story, though. Just a little on the juvenile side, but that's okay. I really liked the main characters, Macallan and Levi, their friendship was very cute. I thought it was well developed and in a sense that make you really enjoy having to witness them growing up and becoming better friends with the time that passed.

It was nothing extraordinary but definitely a book that will entertain some girls, especially the younger ones. Possibly also the not-so young ones that love to root for the best friends in a love story.

Oh, and I also liked that Macallan's uncle had mental retardation but he was portrayed as a normal person and not someone ill. It gives the kids a very good message about respect to everyone that is different, cause after all, we are all different.


  1. Title and Book cover projects the story well

  2. It sounds like you didn't really like it. The premise sounds okay. I really enjoy friendship stories so I may look into this one.

    1. I liked it, but it wasn't really a mind-blowing book. Just a cute story.


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