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Preview — Girls in Trouble by Caroline Leavitt
Girls in Trouble
This novel started out kind of like an “after-school special” showing the tragic results of teenage sex, but as I continued to read, the characters became more dimensional and I began to see that there is much more to this novel than I originally believed. The author takes the time to fully develop the characters so that you understood where their decisions are coming from.
This is the story of Sara, sixteen and pregnant and the novel opens on the drive to th...more
Ağlamaktan ağzıma sıçan kitaplar vol.2 dur kendisi. vol.1 de The Sweet Gum Tree dir. Sağolsunlar varolsunlar. Eger kitabı okumayı düşünüyorsanız olmamanız gerekn durumlar hakkından bahs...more
Girls in Trouble flaunts "all the ingredients for a Lifetime television drama" (The Pittsburgh Post Gazette). In this earnest but uneven work, that's a compliment. Reviewers agree that Leavitt's eighth novel skips over one decisive event too lightly, then unconvincingly leaps forward 15 years. Leavitt has mined this territory before--the slow maturation of a lovesick girl. It's not a very remarkable journey, but the author handles it with sensitivity. The Washington Post calls Girls "a canny por...more
The book was a roller coaster ride of emotions. I couldn't put this book down ,no matter how hard I tried!! I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves books, even those that may not have the ending we all hope for.