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Posted February 1, 2003
Loren a girl that is a very smart and good kid that one day she has to move, where she meets a girl her age. Then one day her mom and dad had to go to europe where her mom has a peice in a art show. So poor loren has to go live with her grandma. At first she is so mad to be going but after shegets there and meets a girl witch lived right next door to her grandma with her brother. One day she and her friend try out and geuss what they both make it. The next day she finds out that the guy next door is in love with her. To find out if she makes it or breaks it with that guy. This is a book so good that you will not but it down.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 11, 2002
My review of this book was that it was excellent. I had a great time reading it. I've read it more than 10 times and I still enjoy Going the Distance. Going the distance is about a 12 year old girl that has to keep moving. Her parents are artists and one of her mother's paintings gets selected to tour the galleries of Europe. The girl gets left with her grandmother in Lake Shore Illinois. She struggles with moving, and wanting to cut her hair. She loves swimming and that's one of the focus points of the book. I seriously recomend this book. I study books, looking for ideas and often I'm lucky if I get over 7, this book gave me more. I'm an author that writes realistic and historical fiction mostly but I do write a bit of fantasy. This book I enjoyed a lot and defenitly benifited me.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.