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The Spring Girls

By: Anna Todd
Narrated by: Joy Osmanski,Madeleine Maby,Cassandra Campbell,Erin Mallon
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Publisher's Summary

Worldwide phenomenon Anna Todd (The After series, Imagines) presents a modern retelling of one of her favorite stories - Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. Recast in the modern world, longtime and fresh fans of the beloved classic will fall in love with the March sisters all over again, told with the all the romance, sass, and drama that Anna is famous for.

©2018 Anna Todd (P)2018 Simon & Schuster

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Don’t Bother!

If you are considering this book based on the description that it is a modern day retelling of Little Women, don’t bother. It doesn’t come anywhere close. To compare 4 of the most endearing characters in literary history to these four is an abomination. The gratuitous sex and foul language alone is enough to turn it off but the characters are shallow and there is no point to the story. All I can say is sorry, Louisa Mae. I will be returning this book if for no other reason than to protest the description.

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Not as Bad as They Say, BUT...

Yes, there's language. Yes, there's situations that i prefer to not read about. On the whole, the book is good, but other than the characters' names lifted from the OG Little Women, that's where the similarities end.
This book isn't a retelling but a re-imagining. It leaves you hanging on some story lines and just ends without the satisfaction of having an ending. Overall, a nice escape for a summer day, but be prepared to be unsatisfied at the end.

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Elementary My Dear Watson

This book is so elementary and doesn’t have any substance. Comparing this to Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is like comparing a landfill to an orchard. I can’t believe this girl gets her books published much less made into movies. The narrative is equally as bad. They sound like the recorded voices on a computer and are flat and well, just terrible. I have listened to and read for 45 years and I had to force myself to go beyond the first 10 minutes and only did so cause my 15 year old begged me to. Save your money. I’m getting a refund.

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Shallow

This was not a modern day re-write of Little Women. I had difficulty finishing the book. It was a selection for my book club and we unamiously agreed not worth the read.

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LOVED IT!!!

I’ve never read Little Women, so I have nothing to compare this book to but I absolutely loved it! ALL the narrators were fantastic. I hope Anna Todd continues writing about the Spring Girls!

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Abysmal

The concept is good, but the execution is horrible. This was a book club pick, otherwise I wouldn’t have read it. This author is one on my do not read list, because of how pornographic and fraught with profanity her other books are. I had hopes that this classic story wouldn’t be ruined, but I was wrong. There is sex, and the strong profanity is prolific. The author throws in f*bombs for no good reason, and extremely frequently.
Little Women is a wonderful, classic and clean novel. This modern adaptation is abysmal. Besides the horrible (fat from clean) content, the author changes the story in drastic ways, and takes liberties that should not have been taken.
I do not recommend this book, and will be staying away from this author in the future.

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A mediocre read

I really wanted to like this book; I loved the Before series. This one, unfortunately, lacked spark and excitement. The author over-explained her characters’ thoughts and seemed to be on a quest to throw in as many abilities as possible (they got tedious). The pop culture references also never seemed to fit organically into a story that really never seems to take off.

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  • Devaki Khanna
  • 06-16-18

A modern-day version of Little Women

I loved this retelling of Little Women with a military backgroud. Very realistic and vivid.

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  • 03-16-19

Another great book bt Anna Todd!

Fanrastic! Couldnt stop listening.. I just love how much insight there is to each different character and how they all interact.