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A developmentally-disabled fourteen-year-old faces the challenges ...
A developmentally-disabled fourteen-year-old faces the challenges of her classes at a "regular" high school, a new job, and a budding romance.
Posted December 1, 2004
This book has become one of my favorite books. It became one of my favorite books because it is full of love and fat. The main character Emily is ¿retarded¿ But for the first time she gets to go to a normal school. It¿s her first year and she wants a boyfriend but not any boyfriend a normal boy friend. She wants to be a normal girl, like girls in normal schools. If you like happy ever after in stories you might just find this book entertaining. Cause in the she finds out what she¿s been missing a along. She just doesn¿t know that what she needs is right in front of her. That¿s mainly what kept the story going. It also made it a little longer. This made it a very exciting book. My favorite parts were closer to the end. If you ever read this book, you can tell that it gets more exciting towards the end. The book also starts to make more sense. In conclusion it would be a good book to read. So run as fast as you can and get Emily in love.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.