**Review By Shelby From The Nerd Girl Page**
*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Fairylicious is a cute book for any young fairy lover. I really loved the characters in this book, even the dreadfully awful Ava G. I enjoyed the friendship that the girls shared and how real Bex’s day to day life is. There’s not a 9-12 year old girl out there who can’t relate to at least some of the things that Bex deals with on a daily basis, from weekend sleepovers with friends to horrible teachers to mean bullies.
As an adult, I was surprised at the range of emotion that I felt when reading Fairylicious. The author’s writing style really allows you to connect with Bex’s character. I cheered on all of her great ideas and boo’d when things didn’t go her way. I laughed out loud when Bex and her group performed Mary Had a Little Lamb at the big school show and I wanted to cry for her when Ava G was so mean to her in the locker room in front of all of the other girls.
I think the ending of this book could have used a little more something…elaboration maybe? I think I would have liked the end more if it had ended with a response letter from Arturo rather than Bex’s letter to him. Other than that, I think this book was excellent. A must read for all young girls who still believe in all things magical.
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