Full of stunning details, whimsical characters, and tropical air, The Indigo Notebook was exciting to read and has become a favorite that I will enjoy reading again. Zeeta is a great heroine, and although she wants a normal life, she has an experience of a lifetime and realizes what she really wants. Zeeta's free-spirited mother and sweet-natured Wendell are such neat characters couldn't get enough of them. Zetta's quest for a Handsome Magazine Dad and Wendell's shocking discovery about his parents is enough give you the night owl bug and keep you reading nonstop. I really enjoyed reading something that was set somewhere besides high school and be able to travel through a book-which is kinda a rare thing these days. The Indigo Notebook is a great book for teens not only because of its lovable characters or its excitingly exotic backdrop, but for the sense of life it gives to its message of being content and pursing your dreams.Overall, I loved the colorful and refreshing story of understanding your heart that The Indigo Notebook had to offer. I hope you get a chance to read it soon!
*Laura Resau has lived and traveled to South America extensively. Some of The Indigo Notebook's characters are loosely based on real people and events. Laura teaches English as a Second Language (ELS) in Colorado where she now lives with her husband, son, and dog. She is the author of Red Glass and What the Moon Saw.*
|Pages: 324|Year Published: October 2009|Publisher: Delacorte Press|
|Genre: Contemporary fiction, drama, teen romance, adventure|
|Age Group: YA, ages 13+|Content: None|
|Enjoyed It: 5/5|Content Rating: 5/5|Cover: 4/5|