March 2, 2014

The Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality by Elizabeth Eulberg Review

Every girl has felt insecure at one point in her life, and in The Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality, the girl does something about it. This book will have you cheering for the main character, and nodding your head in agreement at the things she says.
   The Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality is about a girl named Lexi who has always had to stand in the background and watch her little sister get all the attention. Every week Lexi is dragged to a pageant to watch her sister flaunt what she has and Lexi is sick of it. She decides that she does not want to be just the girl with the great personality, Lexi she wants to be the pretty one for a change. She sets out to change her look and try to get her crush to notice her, but her mother dislikes the new Lexi. Will Lexi’s mother succeed in tearing down Lexi, or will Lexi finally stand up for herself?  
   This novel is relatable, and it is always nice when the main character finally realizes her worth. I found this book really empowering, and after reading it, I felt more confident in being the girl with the great personality.I recommend this book those of you who love it when the main character finds her voice, and breaks out of her shell. Moreover, if you like a little revenge in your books, then this book is or you. At some points in the book, I was so frustrated I wanted to scream, and others I was shouting with glee. This book is one that teaches you that being the girl with the great personality is something to be proud of. I give it four out of five stars.