Not-So-Simple Life (Diary of a Teenage Girl Series: Maya #1)

Not-So-Simple Life (Diary of a Teenage Girl Series: Maya #1)

by Melody Carlson
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Not-So-Simple Life (Diary of a Teenage Girl Series: Maya #1) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seriously? So know respdcted christian authors LOSE respect because they write about global warming? Give me break!
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Novel_Teen_Book_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Maya Stark might have a celebrity dad and live in Beverly Hills, but that doesn't mean her life is easy. Her parents are divorced, her dad is touring, and her mom is on and off the drug and alcohol wagon so often Maya never knows who to expect. The problems with her mom force Maya to be the adult in the family. She cooks and cleans and hides what money she can from her mom. It's not enough. Despite Maya's earth-friendly values, she gets a job at an upscale clothing boutique in Beverly Hills. Her plan: save up enough money to get legally emancipated from her parents so she can take charge of her life. But just when Maya thinks it's all going to work out, life falls apart. She has no choice but to spend the rest of the summer with her cousin. Will Maya ever find home sweet home? A Not So Simple Life was a great read. Maya drew me into her world. I loved seeing her fight for her freedom and stand up to her parents. Despite her attempts, she's proof that we cannot control what happens in our life. That only God is in control. It was a relief to see Maya figure that out. I hope more of us do. Melody Carlson is off to another great series with Maya. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i've always loved melody carlson's insight into the lives of teenage girls, and maya is no exception. the only thing that ruined this book for me was the way she just had to conform to the liberal media with the 'green tips'. i get enough of the global warming propaganda shoved down my throat everywhere else. i don't need it from a respected christian author.