Just Sayin’ By Dandi Daley Mackall {Book review}

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Just Sayin’ tells the story of an almost-blended family that almost falls apart before it even begins. 11 year-old Cassie Callahan is staying with her grandmother while her mom, Jennifer, recovers from a difficult breakup from her fiancé, Trent. Cassie, along with Trent’s kids, Nick and Julie, are trying to figure out why their parents’ relationship ended so abruptly and searching for a way to bring them back together. Meanwhile, the kids get caught up in a game show that encourages the “art” of insults, and learn along the way that our words have much more power than they think.

My Thoughts!

Mackall never ceases to amaze me! She truly has an amazing talent and can write a wide variety of books. This book was fun and witty, but definitely got the point across too.  This read will have you laughing the entire time. I love the fun writing style of letters being written back and forth. That really struck me as a unique way to present this read.  This read touches on the impact that a breakup has on a family and the impact that our words have on those around us.  It’s a quick and fun read with a powerful message. I highly recommend it to others!

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