Zarr, Sara. Story of a girl.
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From the January 2007 KLIATT review of the book: "Deanna Lambert is a girl with a past. Ever since she was caught by her father having sex in the backseat of a car, her life has become a high school joke. The event not only haunts her but also defines who she is. Now that summer is here, Deanna is looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. a job that will give her enough money to help her brother and his wife and daughter to move out of a difficult home situation, taking her with them. The only job she can get is one working in a pizza parlor with Tommy, the high school boy from the backseat. Her brother Darren and his wife have a falling out and Deanna is caught in the middle. Deanna's friends Lee and Jason provide support and encouragement, but she is uncomfortable in the middle of that relationship as well. In one weak moment she goes out with Tommy and almost becomes the girl in the high school joke. Instead she channels her frustrations, forgives Tommy and is finally able to put the past behind her. As the novel ends, Deanna is nervously preparing for the new school year. This is a gritty grit·ty
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1. Containing, covered with, or resembling grit.
2. Showing resolution and fortitude; plucky: a gritty decision. story of a girl trying to reclaim herself in a world that has already written her story for her. Her determination, however, provides an example of what it takes to survive. Her father's displeasure and distrust are palpable Easily perceptible, plain, obvious, readily visible, noticeable, patent, distinct, manifest.
The term palpable usually refers to some type of egregious wrong, such as a governmental error or abuse of power. and the tension in Deanna's life threatens to break her, but she steps up, makes some tough decisions and starts to define who she really is." Zarr's reading of her own book enhances the listening experience. With an intimacy This article or section may contain original research or unverified claims.
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This article has been tagged since September 2007. that will give listeners a deeper sense of Zarr's vision for her characters, the poignancy of Deanna's story is felt clearly and intensely. Listeners will feel the heartbreak, shame, self-doubt, and ultimate hope for forgiveness Forgiveness
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Bishop of Digne that Deanna experiences. The same can be said for all of the characters, with each personality brought fully to life with distinct tones and moods. The sharpness of some of the most pivotal scenes will leave listeners gasping. A remarkable audio that upholds the standard set by this National Book Award finalist. Stephanie Squicciarini, Teen Svcs Libn, Fairport PL, Fairport, NY