Dear enemy, by Jean Webster

23800850This is a sequel for Daddy-Long-Legs. Unlike the other, it doesn’t need a preliminary chapter: it already starts with letters. However, these letters are from the hand of Sally McBride. Judy got married and now owns the orphanage where she grew up, and convinced Sally, her best friend from college, to run it. By doing this, Sally acts against her parents and her boyfriend –a promising young politician-, and decide to take the position to prove she’s capable of taking care of a hundred kids. In the letters she writes to Judy, and eventually the doctor that works at the orphanage, we learn how well or not she’s dealing with this new situation. Sally’s writing style is a bit different than Judy’s, but the little drawings she adds in her letters are suspiciously similar 😉

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