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Don't Look Behind You by Lois Duncan
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Aug 11, 11

Fast-paced, decent read. April is outwardly cooperative but inwardly outraged at leaving her entire life behind. Since this was published in 1989, it was funny to see ways in which it was out-of-date. When they got on the airplane, no one checked their photo ID, April was in typing class at school, of course, no cell phones, her writer mother used a typewriter, and her grandmother marked their journey on a map versus looking it up on googlemaps. (Objectionable elements: one curse word, fondling, drinking, murder)

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