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Beth Gutcheon is the critically acclaimed author of eight previous novels: The New Girls, Still Missing, Domestic Pleasures, Saying Grace, Five Fortunes, More Than You Know, Leeway Cottage, and Good-bye and Amen. She is the writer of several film scripts, including the Academy Award nominee The Children of Theatre Street. She lives in New York City.
This book was ok but I still wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I had read Gutcheon's Leeway Cottage and thoroughly enjoyed it but have not found that enjoyment in most of her other... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris M.
The book was a replacement for one I had lost. I just wish the book had arrived earlier than it did.Published on February 19, 2008 by Lisa A. Smerek
Beth Gutcheon knows how to write and she also knows the world of an all-girls private school, where this novel is set. Read morePublished on March 9, 2007 by A. You
This novel reminded me of what it was like to go off to a new school. Muffin wanted so much from herself. She wanted to be the popular, beautiful girl. Read morePublished on September 15, 2005 by Stacy O'Neil
Every spare minute I've had in the past month, I've spent with my nose glued to this coming of age tale. Read morePublished on August 30, 2003 by gingeranne
After being intensely moved by this author's novel More Than You Know, I was gleeful. Aha, a new writer to enjoy! Read morePublished on December 24, 2002 by P. Larkin Hutton
Based on the reviews I read I decided to buy this book, it was a waste of money. This book has five main characters and it's hard to tell what's going on with whom based on how... Read morePublished on October 28, 2001 by K. Grant
No, no...worse than terrible, it was lazy. This "coming-of-age" novel amounted to little more than a few stick figures plodding (clunky Abercrombies on, of course)... Read morePublished on July 23, 2001
I thought that this novel would consist of more than the day-to-day rituals of an all girls' exclusive school. Read morePublished on April 11, 2001 by L. Allison