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Myra's narrative is sensitive, humorous (this book is FUNNY), and graceful.
In the end, it was a book about life and I found it easy to identify with Myra as she struggles to find herself and make her mark in her little part of the world.
Kristen Chandler did a great job of keeping the book interesting by relating the story to the reader's life.
all around a good clean book that highlights the struggles of finding your way in relationships without pushing the envelope of morality and innocence.Published 1 month ago by Kim
I really enjoyed this novel. Initially I felt like things were going so wrong it was just miserable. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Katie Hals
I loved this book. Myra was a great character although I felt like the demands her family made on her were unrealistic. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by David Griffin
In Girls Don't Fly, nearly eighteen Myra Morgan helps her parents care for her four younger brothers and pregnant older sister, attends high school, works a humiliating job, deals... Read morePublished on January 22, 2012 by Amazon Customer