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Miss American Pie by Margaret Sartor
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I really enjoyed this diary of Margaret Sartor's, her memoirs of growing up in the 70's. She was a smart and moral and interesting young woman and her presentation of her diary is interesting--not the usual "poor nerdy me" or high and mighty Christian, Sartor was homecoming queen and faced very real issues relating to sex, boys, parents, mental health, religion, etc.

It was a refreshing read--she made her choices with the best convictions she could and was honest and self-depracating and earnest all at once.

The book was fun, funny, and poignant. A great and quick read--some diary entries are only a sentence long.

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