Review: Bloom

Aug •  27 •  2011

 Ms.Scott is another author I love to read! Her books are always life changing and have something significant you can always take away from. In this book., we the reader, discover Lauren. A teenager who is looking for something more. Aren’t we not?
I loved the characters in this book. I like how real Lauren is. I like how she wants more to her life than what she is living now. I think we need to make mistakes in order to get to the place where we need to be. To grow not only in life but in ourselves. As Lauren begins to see that, her life is being map out for her, she breaks out of it, saying what she wants. I loved that Lauren is strong enough to say no and to say what she wants instead of going with the crowd.

The plot line of this book is good. I like how Lauren grew before the readers eyes and became more. I can say that she “Bloomed” into herself. As the plot line goes deeper into the story, we see other things bloom in front of Lauren eyes. She learns more about relationships and what they really mean. Even her father is a little surprised of how quickly his daughter grew to be mature young woman.

I like this book cause of the growth in it. Lauren learns so much and isn’t who she thought she is. She is more and wants more. Ms.Scott wrote an great coming of age story about a girl who blooms into herself.

I give it 3 BITES!

Happy Reading!

3 Comments

  1. Oh this sounds so sweet. A good coming of age type of book. Sounds like a good read.

  2. Bloom is one of my favourite Elizabeth Scott books. She really knows how to write the perfect coming of age-romance stories 🙂

  3. Savannah
    Aug 28, 2011

    @Melissa, good read!

    @Nic, Yes she does 🙂