Bec4: The Wrong Wardrobe by BarBar

Author's Description:
The conclusion to the story of Bec's turbulent Thanksgiving weekend. This story is the continuation of a series and should not be read without first reading the previous books in this series. (Proofed and AmEng suggestions by Erik Thread)
Size: 879 KB ( ~ 166,684 words)
Genre: Mystery
Sex Contents: No Sex
Tags: Teenagers, Slow, Violent

Review by manddscott   [other reviews by manddscott]

Reviewed: 2017-07-06


The fourth installment in the Bec series. I will warn you now. Do not bother reading this story if you have not read the previous ones in the series. If you attempt to do so, you will likely end up hopelessly lost.

Bec, the MC, is back in the fourth book of the series. She is still as messed up as ever, and the tale is told starting a bit past the beginning, then flashing back to the details of the day in question. As usual, the MC is just fine, if by fine you mean Freaked out, Insecure, Neurotic and Emotional.

Pretty much your average teen in that way. She is not, however, your average teen, but a brilliant and insightful one who, even in the middle of her own struggles, manages to help others.

For plot, an A+ (9). I can't reveal what happens, but it is perhaps a logical continuation of a previous theme in the stories.

For technical score, an outstanding (10). I did find a small mistake here and there, but they were few enough and small enough that they did not distract from the story.

For personal appeal, another A+ (9). Frankly, it should probably be a 10 when the series is taken as a whole, but the first book in the series is so emotionally wrenching that I am not sure I could read it again easily. It should definitely be read at least once, but be prepared to bawl.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 10 | Appeal to Reviewer: 9