Dear Enemy

Dear Enemy - Jean Webster Jerusha Abbott (Judy)'s best friend ‘the frivolous’ Sallie McBride finally and forcefully agrees to takes up a challenging work in an orphan asylum! Having no idea about what to do next she lands up in the asylum just to help her best friend and to know how and where as an orphan Judy lived. And from there on Sallie’s life takes a new turn. Dealing with the day to day problem of orphan asylum she grows more and more mature and responsible with each incident that takes place there. Yet again the character development of Sallie is shown beautifully through each letter she writes to her friends. Unlike Judy of [b:Daddy-Long-Legs|1499952|Daddy-Long-Legs (Daddy-Long-Legs, #1)|Jean Webster||1710545],Sallie here writes letters to 3 to 4 people at the same time and the variation in each letter is so clearly identifiable!! I loved the way Sallie opens her heart to Judy in each letter in her own way. This was again a delightful read like the first book, I just could not stop reading, once I started. And Sallie was as amazing company as Judy was!