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I guess Anna was cool and I liked the way she handled things with Etienne. Lola was punky and was bit pretentious. If she loved Cricket that hard, she should have confessed a long time ago. Isla was cute and adorable. But she wasn't that much special to me as Anna.
I think that Isla was the best because I felt she had the most character growth that didn't feel awkward and shoved into the story.
For me, Anna was the character I connected with the most. She seemed more realistic than the other two, she had flaws and complexity, yet she was extremely likable. I also loved how in the following two books, old characters came back into the story. It was really sweet and it felt like I was seeing an old friend after a long time!
My personal fav was Isla and Happily Ever After because I can relate to Isla and people not knowing how to pronounce your name.
I like Anna the best because she was the most relatable and maybe someone I would want out hang out with Lola I felt was to different or weird there is nothing wrong with that its just that it was the not normal weird and more of a way to pushed out there like hey look at me I'm weird. And Isla annoyed me and her story wasn't as good as Anna's I also hated how she doubted herself she needed to be stronger and more likeable for the story to be enjoyed.
I completely agree with you thats exactly how I felt too.
Anna was truly the best. She was the one we all fell in love with at the start.
HOW ABOUT NO?
Anna was the most disgusting of all.
I preferred Lola all da way.
Anna was just a stronger character. She knew what she wanted and went for it.
Anna is definitely my favorite. Although Lola, and Isla were each great in their own way, Anna is just awesome. She reminds me of myself in a few ways. Plus, she is a heroine from Atlanta (my metro area) who gets to go on a romantic adventure in Paris! She is kind, says y'all, and puts Etienne's feelings before hers which I think is beautiful.
I definitely liked Isla best because she is who we all are at some point. We have a crush on boy who has a girlfriend, they break up, and we hope they notice us next. Plus, to me, Isla was the most realistic. She seemed to get that it sucks to like somebody who doesn't notice you versus Anna (who I thought was extremely stupid and slightly hypocritical at some points) and Lola (who I just could not like).
Because Anna is the best. Plus she is in all three books which is great, because you get to know what is happening with her though out the series and the end is epic. I love Anna and the French Kiss the best out of all the series although Isla was great too.
I love all of the books, but Anna is just my favorite caracter of them all, she is kind of a nerd but at the same time cool, she loves so deeply and truly ... and, yeah I just really love her hahaha
I preferred Lola, though her book was myfavourite of the three.
ME too! I don't know what those other people are talking about. Lola and The Boy Next Door is one of my favorite books.
Best character, I think that goes to Isla. She is the character that changed the most. Yeah it's annoying when a person is unsure when they really shouldn't, but aren't we all like that?? I'm definitely like that. Isla's character sends the message that ey take risks, don't be afraid of the outcome cuz you don't even know what that'll be. So yeah, Isla is best.
I said Anna because she was exactly like a normal person would be and I feel like with some character they don't scream "NORMAL" to me they always have that one thing that makes them be different, that's not a bad thing but I think its good to have a natural character every once in a while. With Lola she was too different for my taste and Isla just wasn't sure enough of herself which annoyed me and then as for Anna she was perfect, she mad mistakes yes. But overall she was the perfect character for me.
I think Anna because she was quirky but not the overly quirky that you see from other YA authors sometimes and she was awkward and had an awesome sense of humor.
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