Ginny Blackstone thought that the biggest adventure of her life was behind her. She spent last summer traveling around Europe, following the tasks her aunt Peg laid out in a series of letters before she died. When someone stole Ginny's backpack—and the last little blue envelope inside—she resigned herself to never knowing how it was supposed to end.
Months later, a mysterious boy contacts Ginny from London, saying he's found her bag. Finally, Ginny can finish what she started. But instead of ending her journey, the last letter starts a new adventure—one filled with old friends, new loves, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Ginny finds she must hold on to her wits . . . and her heart. This time, there are no instructions.
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The person in possession of the letter instructs her to respond if she’s interested, leading her back to England, where she gets another chance to see her not-boyfriend Keith, with whom she has a relationship that they’ve agreed is “kind of something.” Inevitably, they embark on another trip enco...| Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
Luckily, reading the first novel is not a prerequisite for reading this title, although reading it first would certainly make life more fun--twice the pleasure and all that.Apr 20 2011 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
“The Last Little Blue Envelope” opens up with Ginny preparing her college applications and wondering why her once daily communication with Keith has slowed down.Apr 05 2011 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
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In this suspenseful sequel, Jack Osborne and his sister are captured by the drug cartel they've been hiding from.Jun 08 2011 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
THE LAST LITTLE BLUE ENVELOPE takes place a few months after the end of 13 LITTLE BLUE ENVELOPES, in which Ginny received a series of letters from her deceased aunt, which took her on adventures spanning the European continent.Apr 26 2011 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
I loved getting back to Ginny, a character I loved previously, and I enjoyed following her mad-cap adventures following the letters of her wacky aunt around europe.Jun 20 2012 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
When Ginny Blackstone received 13 little blue envelopes last summer, she recognized them for what they were: a wild adventure laid out by her Aunt Peg — Ginny’s wildly interesting relative who could never do anything the simple, mundane way.Jun 14 2011 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
The fact that she demands that Ginny is allowed no phone, no camera and no internet connection whist she travels around the world can’t help but make you feel quite appalled, especially as Ginny travels alone for the first time in her life.Apr 01 2012 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
If anything, I’d pity Ellis more in this situation: Keith doesn’t bother to clarify just how well he knows Ginny and keeps her around just in case, and Ginny is practically acting like a two-faced moll by talking about how nice Ellis is, yet ready to snatch Keith from her without remorse.Apr 01 2012 | Read Full Review of The Last Little Blue Envelope
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