I got the book a couple weeks back and started reading. Gosh, it was a great book! So good that it gets it's very own review (without spoilers).
The Mother Daughter Book Club: The Mother Daughter Book Camp
In the Mother Daughter Book Camp (MDBC7) Emma, Jess, Cassidy, Megan, and Becca are all counselors for the Summer at Camp Lovejoy. The Summer kicks off on a rocky start with the majority of their campers suffering from homesickness. The girls strive to come up with some way to overcome the thing keeping their campers from fun. With the experience of their Mother Daughter Book Club, Emma, Jess, Cassidy, Megan, and Becca grasp for the one thing that has always been loyal to their friendship: books.
The Mother Daughter Book Camp is the 7th book in the series The Mother Daughter Book Club. It was written by Heather Vogel Frederick. The book has 336 pages and was published May 3rd, 2016 by Simon and Schuster.
Alright, it is time for my critique:
I liked this book because it focused on friendship and fun. You could see the growth the characters had experienced throughout the series really come to life while reading about them. I was so happy to see that the girls were becoming something bigger than what they always thought they would turn out to be. I also enjoyed seeing them take everything they had learned for the past few years from reading and being close as friends, and applying it to the troubles they faced.
Heather filled her readers in on what had happened in the time that had been skipped from Wish You Were Eyre to MDBC7 and it felt as if I hadn't ever stopped reading. I was immediately thrown back into the lives of the Mother Daughter Book Club. That is what makes Heather such a great author.
There was only one thing I didn't like about the book. The relationships that were established in the previous books were not as elaborate as they were before. I do understand that the book was not to be so much about the girls and their boys but about how the girls learn to stand alone, but it still bugs me that I didn't see as much of the boys as much as I would have liked.
Theo and Becca are great, I loved how Heather set up their relationship. Jess and Darcy were also super, I saw a lot of Jarcy fluff that was adorable. Emma and Stewart, were not so great, they are still as challenging as ever. Megan and Simon cuteness was limited and there was not a lot of it, but I still adore Simon so that's a good sign. *Sigh. Cassidy and Tristan were the main disappointment. They were my ship from the beginning and Cassidy seems to be on track to letting Tristan slip through her fingers.
However despite the small differences in how I would have liked the story to turn out, I still liked the book. A lot. I recommend it for ten year-olds and up, and I would like to remind everyone that there are six books before this one, and you must read those first because I don't appreciate people who read the last page first. This is basically the same thing.
Anyways! I love you all, thanks for reading and if you would like to check out my review on the first book in the Mother Daughter Book Club series I have it linked here: The Mother Daughter Book Club Book Review