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Gardenias by Faith  Sullivan
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May 29, 2011

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A story of women starting a life without men, during WWII, this is told in the naive voice of a young girl. Larks voice rings true, as she struggles with adolescent angst, including mixed feelings about her father (and sometimes mother), and her new friends in the California defense Project Homes. An interesting enough story, it was a bit too predictable and happy ending-ish for my taste.

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