SPOILERS for 13 Little Blue Envelopes*
Ginny never thought she'd see the last blue envelope from her summer trip to Europe at her late aunt's behest. Then suddenly it pops up in her e-mail, well a scan of the first page anyway, with a note from the finder that the last lettter has instructions for her to find another piece of her aunt's artwork. So Ginny packs her bag and heads back to England to complete the task from the last little blue envelope.
I was happy to learn that there was going to be a sequel for 13 Little Blue Envelopes. I wanted to know what was in that letter even if Ginny was okay with not knowing. Or rather she thought she knew and was okay with it. But I somehow don't think she really knew. But then I don't think a sequel was planned after the first book ended. ANYWAY, I'm happy to know what was in the envelope and I think Ginny was too.
Once again, I found Ginny to be incredibly passive though she managed to show a little more backbone at the end of the story. So I applaud her for that. I wanted to see more of Keith because he is so funny in the first one, but right at the start, it was easy to see that that relationship was not going to go like Ginny wanted it too. I was irritated through most of the book by Oliver, the finder of the letters, but toward the end I felt sorry for him which is a bit amazing considering how he started out. I liked Ellis and I was glad she wasn't made into a villain. And the quest itself was fun. I always enjoy a good road trip and with a sort of scavenger hunt thrown in, it was really entertaining. I think the ending worked perfectly and I'm glad to have a definite end to Ginny's story.
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Publish date: April 26, 2011
Publisher: Harper Collins
Hogwarts: Muggle Studies