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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2006

    My Life As a Girl

    In this book my life as girl by elizabeth mosier was very interesting. although I dont think think i would ever read it again. it was good reading for the time being. Th book starts out when a young girl named Jamie was at her colege called Bryn Mawr.As she is stressed trying to get ready for a school a summer romance named Buddy comes back in to her life. The rest of the book she flashes back and tells the story of how she met buddy and all the trouble they got their selves into. The story shows how a young girl trys to earn her way into college while at the same time a sweet talker trys to let her have some fun and get her mind off of working so much. Elizabeth Mosier has a very distinct kind of writing. She tends to use inner monolouge a lot. Most of the time she talks about things that dont really have anything to do with the story. She will just go one and on about things unrelated to the story. These are the times where I really didn't enjoy the book and actually got very bored with it. The thing i liked most about the book was that she gave very good descriptions. It was like you were in the story. I also enjoyed the way the characters talked to eachother. Exspecially when Jamie would talk to Buddy, they talked as if they knew eachother forever even when they first met. Thier attutude towrds eachother just had a bit of sassiness to it that I realy liked. The plot line was not so great it never really got me hooked into the story. The ending was not thatgreat either. Usually there is like a big shocker and the end or a last paragraph that makes the whole story fit in, this is not one of those books, the end of the story just ends, point blank, nothing verey exciting about it. The reading was interesting though because it was a different kind of writing style that im not very used to reading. I wouldn't recomend this book if you are trying to really get into it because its very difficult. This is one of those books that you read beacuse its laying around the house and have nothing else to do. Over all the book was okay but not great.

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