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Skin Deep by E.M. Crane
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Nov 24, 2008

really liked it
Read in November, 2008

Everyone in her high school seems to have a role to play - cheerleaders, geeks, jocks... Everyone except Andrea Anderson. She's so uninteresting that she's invisible to her classmates and teachers. But when she gets a job as an assistant to a local hermit artist, Honora will help Andrea see that she's beautiful and vibrant on the inside.

This one started a little slowly for me, but about 60 or 70 pages I really got into it. It's a beautiful story of Andrea's quest to find herself and her place. She learns that people aren't always what they appear to be (including herself) and that she doesn't need to be what others see in her. She needs to be who she wants to be. This is a quiet, absorbing story and one I won't soon forget.

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