Party Girl deals with a lot of different themes and issues, most notably missing parents, progressing relationships and looming school exams. Reid's characters, Gina, Min, Niffy and Amy, develop more with each book, which I'm grateful for. Too often a series can fizzle out rather than get better with each new book, but that's not the case here. Every time I finish the girls' latest adventure, I think it's the best yet. Then I read the next one and immediately want to change my mind. There's just something about Reid's portrayal of teen life and everything it brings, whether it be boyfriend trouble, exam anxiety or friendship issues. I could read these books forever!