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Every Little Thing in the World by Nina de Gramont
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May 22, 2010

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bookshelves: ya-fiction, chick-lit, audiobook
Read in May, 2010

Uh oh, poor 16-year-old Sydney got herself knocked up...What is she going to do??? Why, dodge making a decision by going on a summer wilderness expedition, of course! Yes, this is another teen pregnancy dilemma novel with plenty of corniness, but I enjoyed the Canadian summer canoe adventure. There was even a bit of compelling substance and imagery here and there tucked between the various cliches and stereotypes, so as far as chick-lit goes, this ain't so bad. I'm sure there are plenty of young gals out there that would eat this story up during the summer, day-dreaming about paddling down a pristine lake with friends and fretting over hunky dudes, with a nice helping of teen problem novel on the side.
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