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In 1980 I went through a major Judy Blume phase, devouring everything from DEENIE to IGGIE’S HOUSE to the tent poles – THEN AGAIN MAYBE I WON’T and ARE YOU THERE GOD IT’S ME... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Stacy Helton
I liked the book...except for *shudder* Ralph. The guy NAMED his thing Ralph, which was sooooo creepy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lily Boilard
What ending is this? Completely open and very choppy. Had great potential for further depth near the end and seemed almost lazy.Published 2 months ago by aleisiatheresa
This story is insanely accurate about teenage sexuality! Although set in the 70's, it still had lots of relevance today!Published 3 months ago by Katrina Nanes
i thought this was okay. it was the story of teenage hormones. it was about
being young and in "love" or having all those emotions and not sure what
to do... Read more
Highbrow hung. Incan hugs from. I. I don't care about this I just want to read the frekin book jvPublished 4 months ago