It may be hard to relate with Margo, a young pop princess, at first, but eventually the relatable problems, humorous dialogue, and odd characters all make the story quite enjoyable.
Trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of the paparazzi, the press, and her mother, Margo heads off for an adventure without telling anyone where she's going. This isn't an easy feat for someone as famous as Margo is, so she disguises herself and changes her name to Marge Simpson. After an encounter with a mad duck, crazy dog, and a nice looking deputy, Margo manages to drive her Mini Cooper into a lake.
Finding Margo definitely isn't what anyone would call boring. It's a story about acceptance, finding out ones true family, and love.
I would heartily recommend Finding Margo to anyone who likes a non-traditional love story.
I'm going to give Finding Margo 4 out of 5 stars. I loved the story, I love the author, but there were a few mistakes in the book having to do with grammar and incomplete sentences.
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This book was given to me without cost by NetGalley for an honest and complete review.