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Dylan Landis writes a collection that will stick with you years down the road. Writing of the same few girls from different perspectives allows you to grow invested in her... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not as good as Rainy Royal but a good read. Also gets you over having finished the first book with no more of it to read.Published 10 months ago by Mary A. Johnson
These interwoven short stories follow a sad, contemporary, urban coming-of-age. Deftly told, they pull you in. This is a sadness that ironically you savor. Truthful and absorbing. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Richard Cohen
This collection of linked stories is one of the most honest, vivid, moving and terrifying portrayals of a female adolescence that I've read. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by The Oxfordian
So what DO normal people live like? Dylan Landis captures one such person - Leah Levinson, a spirited and obsessive teenager growing up in 1970s New York City - in full detail, at... Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Jill I. Shtulman
This book is very interesting and a very disturbing portrayal of young teenage life at the same time. Read morePublished on January 2, 2012 by Preeti Rout
I read this short story collection after hearing the author interviewed on a writing show. She said the book came about as she had been trying to sell a novel about Leah (the 15... Read morePublished on September 18, 2011 by She Reads and Dreams
The book began a bit rough and disturbing, but in time it evened out. I did find myself torn between wanting another 100 pages to tell the rest of the story, and wanting to allow... Read morePublished on July 4, 2011 by Kristen
Oh, my. Oh, my, my, my. I just finished this book and it is AMAZING! I could not put it down--everything else in my life receded for the time that I spent between its pages. Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by Mary Akers