You can write anything in a letterbook. There's just one rule: you can't tell anyone else what's in it. Dear Ames, I was wondering if you wanna start a letterbook with me? While I was on hols in Tassie, my cousin Hannah showed me this book. It was just a school exercise book, okay, but it was all decorated and glittered up. Inside, she and her friend Olivia had taken turns writing letters to each other, but not just letters - there were photos, stuff cut out from magazines, tickets from movies they saw together, even choccie wrappers! Jess and Amy haven't always been close. But when they start a letterbook, dark secrets are revealed and a deep friendship is forged. 'I really loved the book. I especially liked that it was written in letters, which made it really different. It was also believable ...you could imagine the story happening. When is the next one coming out?' - Tegan, age 14 'I loved it. It's a little bit like the Cath Cassidy books, which I like to read. So if you like Cath Cassidy you'll really like The Letterbook as well. I learnt quite a bit from the book too - I wouldn't let a friend be alone like Amy - I'd tell mum.' - Jordan, age 13.