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True Believer (Make Lemonade Trilogy #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2008

    not something I would read again

    The book started off slow and dragged on. There were some interesting parts about teenage adolescence and young love but besides that there was nothing here to really capture me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2005

    surprising book

    the novel True Believer by Virgina Euwer Wolff is a novel worth reading. It tells of a young girl, LaVaughn, and how she gets through life, when troubles and problems keep coming to her. This novel is full of surprises and keeps you wanting more!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2004

    Ehhhhh, it s'okay.

    First of all, not everyone would like the style of verse in which this book was written. However, if you do, there is a book written in the same verse that is much better called What My Mother Doesn't Know. I haven't seen too many books written in this style nor have I read too many books with an issue like this. Girl likes guy. Guy seems to like girl. Guy won't make a real move. Turns out it's cuz guy is gay. The gay part surprised me - I thought he was just a wimp. Whatever. This book was okay, not great. So I wish I owned the softcover instead of hard! Gosh, hardcovers are pricey! Oh well, it was my mom's X-mas doing, not mine. A one time read that you will not yearn to read again. Like I said, it's okay, not great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2003

    it was ok...

    I kind of liked this book...I really didn't get the point of it though. I would recommend it to people who like real down to earth books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2002

    Surprising

    I found this book very surprising. I thought it would be a romance, but no, it was also a view from a teen's point of view when her friends find new interests. I also found it kind of spiritual, what with her finally learning the truth of Jesus, and forgetting about the junk that her friends told her. I also find it VERY SURPRISING about Jody and all. That was the last thing in the world I was expecting, and I was confused about it for a while, not knowing if it was really what it seemed. I told my friend about what happened in the book, and her eyes nearly popped out of her head. That was a VERY SURPRISING AND SHOCKING part. I'd never suspect it. Anyway, in the end, i liked how she finally realized God and Jesus, how she made up with her friends (even though their theories on God are bizarre) and how she finally accepts Jody for the way he is. Overall an OK book!

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