T manages to drag J along, promising a day full of pampering and relaxation. But the Underworld has different plans. When T and J are attacked by a pack of demons, their girls’ day is ruined and replaced by something much more sinister: A life-or-death investigation into the person—or demon—who wants them dead.
Okay, so Girls’ Day Out was so much fun to read! It was mythical and creative, with magic on every page; in the words and in the story world. It’s hard to choose who stood out more for me; T or J, but they were both very independent in their own ways and had traits and inside-words that seemed to bounce of each other, making them a good team.
I loved reading all about the Underworld, because even in a shorter novel, I like there to be a good description of what I’m reading so I can pictured it in my head; and I could with Girls’ Day Out.
It was humorous at times, witty and spooky, making it a lovely read for an afternoon. (Once I started reading this one afternoon, I could not stop.) Exquisitely written and crafted, Girls’ Day Out is an incredible story I’m sure any YA, or Adult reader would love. I just wished it was longer!