Eva Gordon, a spoilt, high maintenance girl who likes nothing more than luxurious and sophisticated things, can't wait to go on her holidays.
But when her parents cancel her holiday trip and sell their expensive car, she just doesn't understand why.
So, when Eva's dad loses his job, and Eva and her parents move into a different neighbourhood in a different house, and having to go to a different school, she knows she hates everything.
Finaly, she finds a way that she thinks can get her out of this mess.
A forune teller, who tells her to start being nice and helping people. So, with the help of her best friend, Victoria, will she be helping other people as well as herself?
My favorite character in the book was Victoria because she was friedly and kind, and a giving frien, too. Even when Eva was at her snobbiest, the down to earth, middle -class Victoria would always know the way to cheer her up.
I would rate this book 9 out of ten as it had an exciting and enjoyable storyline, but just needed a bit more character description about Victoria and Eva.
I would recommend this book to girls of the ages 9-12, as it is an intresting and enticing read with a moral to it that everyone should keep in mind: Friendliness gives friends, and doesn't cost a penny!
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ISBN No.: 978-1-84717-224-2