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by Rachel Vail

eBook Ever After: A Novel ePub
Author: Rachel Vail
Language: English
ISBN: 0531068382
ISBN13: 978-0531068380
Publisher: Orchard Books; 1st edition (April 1, 1994)
Pages: 166
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 919
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ePub file: 1254 kb
Fb2 file: 1736 kb

Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer  .

Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer

Mainly because the here and now is so lame, even if it is the summer. Her best friend, Vicky, is jealous of newcomer Grace, and who knows what's up with Jason, her ex-fling. Her mother doesn't understand her, her father's no good at pivotal moments, and even Prince Purple Flower has deserted her. She may yet turn to a life of petty crime. Doesn't everyone get a happily ever after?

ISBN 10: 0531068382 ISBN 13: 9780531068380.

ISBN 10: 0531068382 ISBN 13: 9780531068380. Publisher: Orchard Books, 1994.

Even a cursory investigation of my childhood indicates I had no real choice in the matter. I grew up an only child in a small upstate New York town. rs at the local liberal arts college. My mother wore flowing peasant skirts and lots of brightly colored beads. She had wide hips and big hands and a loud voice. Her long hair hung loose and free, and in the summertime, she occasionally tucked a mess of tiny daisies into it because, of course, her name is Daisy

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A spellbinding novel that will resonate with readers of Mark Haddon, Louise Erdrich, and John Irving.

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Waiting backstage before curtain call, after giving my all in a performance, was the best feeling I knew. In seventh grade I started taking magic lessons, and by eighth grade I was making all my own spending money by performing at kids' birthday parties as a clown named Tallulah. I liked the freedom of wearing all that grease-paint-I could be as wacky and un-cool as I wanted. I tried dance but felt so clumsy. I faked a sprained ankle to get out of the recital.

Fourteen-year-old Molly contends with all of the new feelings of adolescence alone, deals with public knowledge of her journal's contents, and still manages to make the transition from a fragile girl into a young woman
Unde
My 12 year-old asked for this book for Christmas. I like to check out the books she wants to read before getting them for her, as so many books that are aimed at kids these days are DEFINITELY not sending messages that I want my daughter absorbing. By the reviews, it sounds like a great book, but when I got into reading it, I found a lot of negativity. Teens and preteens do have a big struggle on their hands, and though this may be "reinforcement" for some older teens, I feel that it lays out a course that I don't want my girl on. It totally dispels any notion of enchantment, which is one of the great things about childhood, right on the first pages. Kids are growing up way too fast- this book will certainly help speed it up. How sad.
Fenrikasa
This book is about growing up,, and nothing is left out!,, The author correctly illustrates every mood thought and feeling. I can put names an faces on each character! I don't want some people to read it because it would be like reading about me maybe? Anyway I recommend it to almost anyone!!
generation of new
This made me think back to my teenage days- and I could totally relate! It describes, in great detail, things a girl feels when she's growing up; how we have the ability to obsess over the silliest things, even though they don't seem so silly at the time.
I found the book amongst one of my friends' stuff, picked it up, and literally couldn't put it down. It hooked me from the beginning. Reading this makes you feel like you're not the only [odd one] in the world, and that other people have problems, too.
I also like the fact that it wasn't "sugar-coated." The conversation between the friends sounded like how my friends and I have talked. All in all...GREAT BOOK!
Kulafyn
This book needs to be read by teenage girls- to know what they're feeling isn't stupid, teenage boys- to understand why teenage girls sometimes feel stupid, and adults- to remember when you were 14 and everything was stupid. It's my all time favorite book, and I think everyone should read it!
Abuseyourdna
I think this book is the best book I have ever read. It seems so realistic. The way the author establishes the girls life it seems like you could fit into her shoes and that it could happen to you too. It is all about a girl and how she grows up. This is a good book for teenaged females
Zyniam
This is definitly one of my favorite books I have ever read. No other author writes about teen girls as well as Rachael Vail does. This book is so true, it was like I was reading about myself. It is about a girl named Molly who is struggling with feelings, friendships, weight, family, boys, her identity, and life in general. I definetly hope you read this book (you will love it if you are anything like me!) and every other book by Rachael Vail as well. This is one of the few books I truly loved reading.
Anyshoun
this book really opened my eyes. Rachel Vail yet again captures the exact feelings of a teenage girl. The main character, Molly, is growing up and starting to learn how to deal with more serious problems like friends, boys, parents, and life in general. The ending is sad, as Molly's best friend lets her down but she grows stronger from this let down. All teenage girls can relate with Molly and what she goes through.
I read this book with a few of my friends, and we had such a good time! 'Ever After' is witty, cute, and fun to read! Every teen and pre-teen should read this story about friendship and how sometimes things aren't perfect! Definately worth reading from one of the best YA authors, Rachel Vail!
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