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Bleecker Street. . . .The journey of Lovie Maroon

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.....The story evolves as a young girl from Brooklyn, N.Y. whose parents were killed in an auto accident, which she survived and with no living relatives is placed into an orphanage and adopted by "outstanding foster parents.. . pillars of the community." ... She writes in her.."Dear Diary: June 1957. This is it. If I don't run away... He's looking at me licking his lips. ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published September 16th 2012 by Amazonbooks.Com (first published June 16th 2011)
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Steph
Dec 05, 2011 rated it did not like it
It left me more than a little confused.
Tish
Jul 12, 2011 rated it did not like it
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This book has a lot of problems that prevented me from enjoying the story. I received it free in a First Reads giveaway and I'm not sure if it was an advance copy or the final edition. Either way, I don't believe the book was ready to be published.

First, the book needs some serious proofreading. Having a detailed, even nit-picky, mind (and being a former English teacher to boot), I tend to notice things like misspellings and grammar mistakes, but that does not typically reduce my enjoyment of a
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Amandaj
Jul 12, 2011 rated it did not like it
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I don't believe the blurb of the book fits the book all that well. There was a sense of mystery and intrigue in the blurb that was never quite there in the book. The last bit of the blurb says, "She also knows she must leave this place or they should surely kill her." This made me think, oh, so we will deal some some sort of demons here, or there will be a hint of darkness to the story. But that part of the story is never really explored. Instead, this is the story of Lovie, a girl that is looki ...more
Patricia O'Hara
Apr 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)


..... A novel for women of all ages who are
yet to travel through the labyrinths of their
own strengths.
The protagonist is truly a survivor
escaping from a dark and frightful place
where nightmares are real and the dark takes
your soul.
She steps through the doors of the B.M.T.,
the subway out of Brooklyn, stopping at Bleecker
Street/Greenwich Village where she debarks thus
setting forth her journey of places unknown. Yet,
have been awaiting her. Her destiny has found
her.
The book story takes us fr
...more
Elizabeth Whitehead
Jul 12, 2011 rated it liked it
I received this book as an Advanced Reader Copy from Goodreads. Although I enjoyed the story line, there were many times I was confused about what was going on - such as who was talking and when. This was a great story line and could have used a few more details at times, and even perhaps a little longer to explain the grand-daughters existence.
Overall - I enjoyed to book and will pass on to friends to read.
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A Brooklyn, New York native. Being a kid in the 1950's, in Brooklyn, is a whole 'nuther story. Monopoly on the front porches in summer, The Ice Cream Man, in his white uniform and the jingles of his truck, and in the winter hard snowball fights to the death.
When something like that is part of your young life it does become part of your Bio.
If I have antthing else interesting to say I'll be back
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