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The Earthquake Machine by Mary Pauline Lowry
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Apr 05, 12

Read in April, 2012

I have never crossed a book like this and feel anyone who is a thought-provoking reader and able to read through the gritty turmoil that a character has to go through for self-discovery will want to read Earthquake Machine. Rhonda is a tender young girl with a power keg ready to go off inside. She has to deal with all the ugliness the world has to offer at once that you worry if she’ll come out okay. The gritty life lessons of death, betrayal, sex, and identity will hit poor Rhonda between the eyes in a way you wish no one had to. Author Mary Pauline Lowry is a courageous writer who had complete faith in her story and was able to take me through Mexico with Rhonda and tell the story of a broken and battered girl who became a strong woman who takes control of her life.
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