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Everything was really disconnected and confusing, but as soon as I hit the halfway mark the story got so much better.
Maybe it's that I read more into The Girl With the Mermaid Hair than necessary, but I really enjoyed finding these literary allusions in Delia Ephron's book.
This book is definitely not a fantasy at all (for some reason I thought it was) and is more of an over-characterized commentary on teen social disorders.
This book was in the "teen" section. I don't know why. It is more for adults, at least I thought so. Read morePublished on April 24, 2011 by simple sellers
Fifteen-year-old Sukie is privileged, gorgeous, and silenced by doubt. Obsessed with perfection, she checks her appearance in all reflective surfaces; the "selfies"... Read morePublished on December 15, 2010 by Suzy Wildwood
I thought this book sounded quirky and interesting. While the second half of the book is okay, the first half is pretty painful to get through. Read morePublished on September 23, 2010 by K. Eckert
The Girl With the Mermaid Hair was a really great read. It wasn't real action packed or anything, but you just kind of drifted through the book, enjoying it. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Erica
Delia Ephron is Nora Ephron's sister. When they write a movie, a novel, or an essay together, it is usually girl-centric, calling on their own experiences as women and moms and... Read morePublished on June 11, 2010 by Teen Reads
In The Girl with the Mermaid Hair, Delia Ephron presents a very dramatic inside view of a teenager's experience with parents who have marital problems and a father's infidelity. Read morePublished on May 3, 2010 by Story Circle Book Reviews