Fast Forward (Kimani Tru Series)

Fast Forward (Kimani Tru Series)

by Celeste O. Norfleet
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Fast Forward (Kimani Tru Series) by Celeste O. Norfleet

How did Kenisha Lewis's life go from near perfect to sheer chaos in just a few months? Coping with family tragedy is tough enough without getting kicked out of private school and sent to the local public school, where she's forced to make some major adjustments. New friends (and enemies), new clothes, a hot new guy who might be mixed up in something serious… It's no surprise that those close to her think Kenisha's moving way too fast. One thing's for sure: in order to deal with the trouble that's coming her way, she'll have to figure out who to trust, who to ditch and how to be true to the person she really is.…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780373831340
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 02/01/2009
Series: Kimani Tru Series
Edition description: Original
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 665,650
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)
Lexile: HL530L (what's this?)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

An award winning and national best-selling author of over thirty critically acclaimed novels, Celeste O. Norfleet is a prolific writer of both romance and young adult novels. Her young adult novels are realistic with a touch of humor. They depict strong characters with unpredictable plots and have exciting storylines that delve into dramatic fiction reflecting current issues facing American teens. Celeste currently enjoys a quiet life in Virginia with her family.

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Fast Forward (Kimani Tru Series) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
CookiesAndCream More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is sooooo lnteresting. This book talks about what their going threw and what there feelings are
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KLBCHOICES More than 1 year ago
After all she went through in Pushing Pause, especially the family tragedy, Kenisha Lewis is ready to leave all the drama behind her and Fast Forward. But drama seems to follow her wherever she goes or she puts herself right in the middle of it. Kenisha is kicked out of the school she went to all of her life, Hazelhurst Academy for Girls, and she makes a choice to attend public school. She hangs around the wrong people and changes, but not for the better. She starts making bad choices and doesn't seem to get it when her "real" friends are concerned. Someone she cares about is affected by her careless decisions, and that is when she takes a good look at herself. I had to overlook quite a bit of profanity, but this was a good read. It would be nice if Kenisha didn't use bad language so much, but I do like her. She's an angry girl (understandable under the circumstances)in this story, but she is also very intelligent and talented. Li'l T is cool and I really like the grandmom; a wise woman who loves and supports her granddaughter, but never condones any bad behavior. Norfleet included words of wisdom and valuable lessons and that's a good thing, but there was something mentioned that I totally disagreed with: It was suggested that a particular person's death was God's will. This person committed suicide. I realize this is not a Christian novel, but I really have to say that God is loving and life is a gift. I do not believe it would ever be God's will for anyone to take his/her own life. Satan comes to kill, steal and destroy. God wants us to live life to the fullest. I feel a responsiblity to readers and, most importantly, the heavenly Father to make the truth known. Norfleet does send a message that is very important: Suicide affects the people left behind.
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this book was tottaly awesome I loved the way the fast moving just moved it was a great book and was definetly for ages 11 and up. I read this book with my 12 year old daughter and her 11 year old friend in attemt to start a book club and loved the way they responded to all the quetsions. they were really good with it and I woukld expect everyone to love this book.
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OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
'Fast Forward' and Kenisha Lewis are back. While she's a little more seasoned, unfortunately, due to the death of her mom, the fact still remains, she's hurting. The school year has just started and she can't seem to get into full gear. While things look the same, it just isn't in Kenisha's world. Her cousin Jade is actually her sister. LaVon, her ex-boyfriend, was cheating all along with her so called friend Chilli and they have a baby on the way. Then if that weren't bad enough, she's forced to live in a house that used to be her home with her mom and dad with his new family. Expulsion is the final thread and Kenisha decides that Virginia just may not be the right fit for her. In D.C. she has a chance to start anew. Unfortunately, with public school comes a new cast of characters, shenanigans and issues. Things seem to keep pivoting in the wrong direction. Can Kenisha learn to navigate her life before she gets in over her head? Again, 'Fast Forward' is a great read. I could fully understand and relate to this character's emotions. I enjoyed the fact that the story wasn't perfect and that there were consequences to her missteps. I do hope that this isn't the last that we've seen of this series. Reviewed by: Lauren
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Diana Disu More than 1 year ago
it is a great book just a little predictable over all its great