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The characters are unrealistic, the story jumps pointlessly around, and nothing makes much sense.
I recommend this book to teenagers, as a teenager, I feel I can relate to it and hope that others who read this book will also like it and relate to it.
Even though i was disappointed at the ending, i did nevertheless stay up until 3am to finish the story.
Good coming of age book but electronic version is a mess of mistakes. I found it very distracting and hope it gets corrected.Published 8 months ago by Marti
Great story! Loved the character development and writing style of the book! Looking for her next story to be written.Published 16 months ago by Yelena
Terrifically engrossing story about growing up in the South. While I am a few years younger than Kitty, I am close enough in age for the story and characters to have resonated.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Little Katie Burns, whose distinguishing physical feature is a wine-colored birthmark on her face, suffers from a tense relationship with her staid, seemingly conservative mother. Read morePublished 22 months ago by D. Cloyce Smith
I have given this book several tries but I just can not get through it. I kept hoping it would get better.Published 23 months ago by Marcy Forsyth
I enjoyed this read of small town southern life and a young girls coming of age. Life's lessons being hard at times but learning that the important thing is those who care for you... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Cindy's Kindle
a good enjoyable read and would reccomend to my friends
I used it for witing rooms and sleepless nights 5 stars
This novel begins well, has some startling moments within and finishes unfortunately with a splat. It runs on for too long, and between unnecessary length and lack of reading for... Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by R. Weiss
Even though this is a different style of story than I normally read, I found this book very intertaining and took me back to my childhood.Published on November 26, 2012 by Mary Lou Long