My Dear Ellie by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #728)

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My dear Ellie is a fictional story about love and friends. It begins with Ellie wanting to be a superstar. Her dream and ambitions are so intense that she does not want to take a long time to achieve it. As the going says, “be careful what you wish for,” Ellie’s fame is something she needs to be cautious of as it becomes a sorrowful experience.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Cassie, on the other hand, is her best friend and has a charming and loving character. She is somehow the opposite of how Ellie is. She isn’t sure about her future and where she stands in her life. As her life changes and becomes more purposeful, so does her decisions and the relationship she has with Ellie.

The story is more of a coming of age tale, and the bond between the two girls builds the foundation of this young adult story.

I wasn’t a big fan of the cover. The story was so beautiful, and I felt that the cover did not represent the content. I later found out that she had changed the cover design and was impressed by the update.

The literature and narrative were good. The content is a testament to what friendship is all about, and I recommend it to young adult fans of fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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