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About the Author

In addition to Girl Band, Mr. Hohler is the author of two other novels for young adults: it's not a chick flick and Fish Out Of Water.  His adult novels include While You Were Here. and the forthcoming, Peck.

Product Details

  • File Size: 382 KB
  • Print Length: 212 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1448677009
  • Publisher: Blind Monkey Times (January 6, 2011)
  • Publication Date: January 6, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004IARV2I
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,974,232 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mr. Hohler is a writer, living in Michigan with his wife and two children. A devoted soccer fan, Mr. Hohler's favorite clubs are the Manchester United and L.A. Galaxy, though he'll watch just about any game he can. In his spare time, he practices family law.

You can read his blog at www.TheLastBlogNameOnEarth.com.

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I have to admit that I was surprised to find that the author is not, indeed, a teenage girl. Okay, I'm joking a little bit, but to me, the "voice" did a good job of conveying the thoughts and attitudes of young girls, to the point where I found myself, as an adult, getting somewhat annoyed with them.

I think this would be better for a young adult audience; perhaps that was the intent, but the description was fairly short.

I found the mother to be somewhat over the top. I wouldn't really expect Cecile to be a reliable narrator when it comes to her mother (what teenage girl is?), but the actions we're allowed to see objectively were not, in my opinion, believable. The idea of a mother discussing childhood issues in economic terms is somewhat amusing, but when taken to the point of asking a 5-year-old to justify a trip to McDonald's in such terms, it becomes almost a caricature. Repeatedly encouraging her daughter to think about the future is believable and consistent; the extreme steps taken by the mother in that effort were not, at least to me.

The premise itself is fun and although my adult perspective meant that it was a bit difficult to suspend disbelief in spots, I was able to run with the story, for the most part. The utter determination shown in the face of challenge after challenge was both amusing and...well, I can't say it was "inspiring" for me as an adult, but I thought it did a good job of showing that maybe one can't accomplish exactly what one sets out to do, but one can certainly do *something* worthwhile. Even the mother finally redeemed herself a bit at the end.
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