Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Bindi Babes by Narinder Dhami

Title: Bindi Babes
Author: Narinder Dhami
Published by: Corgi Children's
Publication date: 1st August 2003
Pages: 192
Genres: Young Adult
Format: Paperback
Source: Bought

Meet Amber, Jazz and Geena, the coolest chicks on the block.

These girls have been through some tough times, but now that they've got their perfect world totally sorted, the one fashion accessory they don't need is an interfering live-in auntie trying to cramp their style.

Bring on the collective brainpower of the Bindi Babes! Nothing in life, not even a formidable Auntie-Ji, can stop these sisters...can it?

Amber, Geena and Jazz are three sisters. Their Mum has died, so their Dad looks after them. They all get what they want, as they know how to get around him - until Auntie arrives from India! They decide that the best way to stop Auntie interfering in their lives is to arrange a marriage for her, possibly to one of their teachers. But will their seemingly unstoppable plan work?

This book is the best out of the Babes series, I highly recommend it to anyone who absolutely loves Narinder Dhami books! It's a fun plot and the sisters all had different personalities which was great as sometimes in books when you get characters who are related, they can all merge together a bit if they are too similar.

It had all the things a brilliant book needs. Happy parts, sad parts, funny parts and parts that are especially girly! My favourite part in the book was the ending, but I won't say anything about that - I don't do spoilers! - so you'll have to buy the book yourself to find out.

1 comment :

  1. This is such a great review. When I first started, I couldn't write reviews like this.