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Mud Girl by Alison Acheson
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it was amazing

A wonderful YA novel, realistic, heartbreaking, and full of emotion. Abi is a teenager with more problems than your average teen. She is struggling to survive in spite of her dysfunctional family life. It's hard enough being a teenager without being abandoned by her mother and living with a father who is there in body but not in mind. The author created many interesting characters that move the plot along nicely. Abi befriends a kind bus driver, a woman who wants to be her big sister, a single dad, a young eager entrepreneur and an adorable two-year-old. The setting, a house built over the river, adds to the story. I loved so much about this story and highly recommend it.
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Reading Progress

November 1, 2022 – Started Reading
November 1, 2022 – Shelved
November 8, 2022 –
page 20
November 8, 2022 –
20.0%
November 15, 2022 –
60.0%
November 22, 2022 –
85.0%
November 26, 2022 – Finished Reading

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