Monday, January 18, 2010

Lucky T

Book review #13
Lucky T by Kate Brian
Rating: Three stars (refer to the rating system on the right)

Summary:
16 year old Carrie,  has everything going for her, due to a lucky t-shirt given to her by her dad who she rarely sees. One day, her lucky T accidentally gets thrown into a give-away pile for kids in India, from that day on Carrie's luck dramatically changed. Guess where Carrie spends her summer vacation? India! Carrie travels half-way around the world to track down her lucky t-shirt, finding love, adventure, and hopefully a little luck on the way.

 Lucky T isn't the best book the world, but it was a good light read. The plot is a bit predictable and the story line is kind of crazy. Surprisingly the book doesn't only focus on the importance of a t-shirt, but touches on other aspects such as romance, believing in yourself, and friendship. It was really nice reading a book that was set in another place (India), I got to learned a lot about Indian culture and how life is like in India, which I didn't know much about before. The best part about the book was seeing Carrie's overall transformation, by the end of the trip the t-shirt isn't her main priority, she grows up a lot. Lucky T is a story about good will, forgiveness, taking chances and taking responsibilities for your mistakes. In the end, not a bad read. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a funny/romantic read. 

7 comments:

Stephanie said...

Thanks for the honest review. One thing that appeals to me about this book is the Indian setting.

Bookalicious Ramblings said...

I hadn't heard of this before, but it sounds really cute! Thanks for the review!

prophecygirl said...

This sounds good! I love Kate Brian :)

Jami said...

Hi Sara!
I just found your blog on The Story Siren. Your blog looks fantastic and I can't wait to keep up with what your are reading!
Jami

Emidy said...

This book seems like a very light read! Although it's interesting to learn about other cultures, so I might check it out if I see it in the library. Thanks for the review!

Emidy
www.uneparole.blogspot.com

Jenn (Books At Midnight) said...

Hm, it does look very fluffy and cute. I'm glad friendship is mixed in there too! Thanks for the nice review. :)

Hazra said...

I haven't heard of this book before, but a book set in India always appeals to me. Thanks for the review!