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Tallulah Falls

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2008


    Christine did an amazing job. i absolutely loved the book, but was disapointed with the ending. i'm hoping Christine will make a second book and have kyle and tallulah end up together. i was hoping she would write a book based on tallulah's adventure finding her father like her and kyle had planned. WHY'D YOU MAKE TALLULAH AND KYLE DO THAT TO EACHOTHER???? i'd have given this book a 5 star except for the whole kyle thing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2007

    a good YA story

    'Tallulah Falls' is the story of Tallulah Addy and her spur of the moment trip cross country to help her friend Maeve, whom she knows is in terrible trouble. Tallulah first meets Maeve at a motorcycle convention and is immediately drawn to the charasmatic, free spirited girl. Maeve confides in Tallulah that she is bipolar, and that she has plans to change the world, which she dutifully records in her private notebooks. One day Maeve just up and disappears and a few days later Tallulah receives an email from her stating that she needs her help. She says she's in Orlando and needs Tallulah to bring her notebooks. No questions asked, Tallulah leaves her home in Oregon and sets out to save her friend. Tallulah encounters a lot of difficulty that she didn't anticipate. For starters, the guy she was travelling with just up and stranded her in the middle of nowhere, but not before he took all her money from her. Homeless, vehicless, and broke, Tallulah is forced to take a job as a vet tech, in which she not only learns a lot about vetinary science, but about human nature, and most importantly, about herself. The story is sad, uplifting, real and raw. It's geared for young adults, eighth grade and up, and the feelings that Tallulah struggles with are ones that most young women will find themselves relating to.

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