Stereotypes In Pretenders By Lisi Harrison

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Pretenders by Lisi Harrison centers on five high school freshmen, and is written in a diary type style. The teenagers writing the diaries- Sheridan, Andrew, Lily, Jagger, and Vanessa- have all been hiding things. As they progress through their freshman year, they form friendships, make mistakes, and keep secrets. The theme of this book is that even though people may seem perfect, they never are. Even the best people have flaws. In this book, it shows multiple teenagers who pretend to be perfect. In reality, though, they are far from it. I didn 't like this book. The characters all seemed like boring, lifeless, stereotypes. The book was told from multiple points of view, but I found myself forgetting which person I was reading about. They
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