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Claiming Georgia Tate Paperback – April 10, 2007
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"Gigi Amateau's voice is captivating and original, and the story of Georgia Tate is fresh, funny, honest, and brutally painful. I was hooked on the first page and couldn't put the book down until I'd finished. Then I read it again. That's the kind of book this is. You may close it but you won't ever forget it."
About the Author
Gigi Amateau says that she was first "introduced" to the character of Georgia Tate in the summer of 1996. "While writing her story over the next six years, I came to know her well and found we have a lot in common," she says. "We're both from Mississippi. We both love catfish, watermelon, and rainy days, and our granddaddies saved our lives — mine when I was fifteen and in a lot of trouble and hers when she was twelve and far away from home. Georgia Tate has taught me so much about hope, family, and claiming the life that is yours."
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Through everything that goes on Georgia Tate doesn't seem to know much of anything nor does she ask questions or seem curious about much. She's so passive about stuff.
This book is marketed to teens but don't waste your time on it. There are other books with the same sort of subject matter that are written better, have things implied rather than shown, don't have swear words and are more believable.