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Gr 9 Up—Anna ran away when she was 13 to New York City, and now, three years later, she has been found. Because she is underage, she has a chance at getting some help instead of being charged with prostitution and is sent back home. She hopes to make a fresh start without anyone finding out about her past. But then, notes begin showing up in her locker at school. As the story progresses, readers are given more background information as to how Anna ended up in this situation: an abusive father and a "boyfriend" in New York City who needed money. The teen begins to make good friends after her return home. It is her friends in the end who save her from a desperate confrontation with the person who knows her secret. Even her mom finds a way to stand up to Anna's father in order to help her. There are multiple issues with this book, however. Sarah, the social worker assigned to the protagonist, is too good to be true. It is hard to believe that someone working with a New York City case load would have the kind of 24-hour accessibility to Anna that she seems to have. Several figures in the story feel like caricatures—cops who beat girls, janitors who are dirty and uneducated and prey on children, an abusive father with no background as to what made him that way. Most of the women in the story are victims. Everyone who has sex in the story regrets it and wishes they had "saved" themselves. These factors made the work feel moralistic and didactic. VERDICT An additional purchase for mature fans of Ellen Hopkins's Tricks (S. & S., 2009)—Deanna McDaniel, Genoa Middle School, OH
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Product Details

  • Series: Entangled Teen
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (July 7, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1633750078
  • ISBN-13: 978-1633750074
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #878,974 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Kat Heckenbach VINE VOICE on July 28, 2015
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Wow, this was so hard to review. I had read all these amazing reviews about how gritty and realistic this book is, but I found it completely the opposite. The main character is a girl, Anna, who ran away from home at 13, after having become a little wild child at age 12, sleeping around and partying, and gets mad because her parents treat her like she's a possession. She heads to New York City, gets raped, gets picked up by a guy whom she falls in love with and who eventually becomes her pimp, and she spends three years on the streets as a prostitute. That is all back story, and the book begins with Anna being picked up by the police and reunited with her parents.

Just a note--I can't review this completely without SPOILERS. You are duly warned.

So much potential there. But the voice doesn't ring true for me. Yes, it's a teen voice, but it's too close to a typical, normal snarky teen voice to be a girl from the streets, who's been sleeping with grown men for money, living in the depths of the dark side of a big city, not attending school at all. She's taken by her rich parents, who I admit seem cold and uncaring. She goes willingly, if a bit grudgingly with them, does show some negativity about being home, but then her parents immediately tell her they're sending her back to school.

This is where it really falls off the tracks for me. I can't imagine her parents sending her off to school--public school, it sounds like--putting her on the bus, and she just goes and it immediately falls into a typical teen angst high school drama book. Yes, Anna makes a point to remind the reader that she used to be a hooker, but none of her actions read true. And her parents would not have sent her off that way. For one, they'd not trust her to not just run away again.
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At age thirteen, Anna runs away from her abusive father and into the arms of her savior, a pimp named who she thinks is her boyfriend. Now three years later, she's back home and trying to fit into high school. Her father's still abusive, but she has a new ally in her now stronger mother. She's making friends including a possible love interest. But someone is leaving notes in her locker, calling her by her hooker name, threatening to expose her and ruin the life she's trying to build.

NAKED is an overly optimistic look at a teenager's reintegration back home after three years as a sex worker. I never really bought into Anna's seemingly uncomplicated reentry into her family. Yes, her father was awful and in the beginning her mother was unhelpful, but Anna accepted his strict rules as if she was an Amish girl returning from rumspringa. One week she's prostituting, the next she's wearing conservative clothes and enrolled as a sixteen year old freshman in high school. On the first day of school she meets a cute guy, makes a few potential friends and shows herself to be a leader all while feeling traumatized by her years on the streets and her father's cruelty. Okay.

I rooted for Anna and liked how she stood up for and empowered those around her, but none of it felt authentic. She didn't feel broken enough, maybe because she didn't display enough PTSD symptoms, she wasn't rough enough around the edges. I felt like Stacey Trombley might have done some research, but failed to capture the essence of a girl in Anna's situation. The plot from start to finish was just too easy.

THEMES: prostitution, abuse, family, friendship, rape

NAKED has a great premise with average execution in this novel that glosses over the realities of a teen returning home after three years as a runaway sex worker.
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If I were to describe this book in one word, it would be brilliant. I am so impressed with how well done this book way. Stacey Trombley approached such a touchy subject--underage prostitution in an excellent style. The writing, plot, and character development coupled with the contemporary aspects were just so goooooddd.

I don't even know where to begin with this review because everything was just amazing. I think the thing that stuck out to me the most is the character development we see in this story. In the beginning Anna just sees herself as a broken girl whose only hope in life was to be a whore. But throughout the story with the help of herself, a social worker named Sarah, this cute and unbelievably amazing guy Jackson, and her new friends as well as her mom she begins to see that she is a person who deserves to be happy and that her life is hers to control.

Speaking of her mom, I am so proud of the mom in this story too. In the beginning she seems like this passive woman who will do whatever her husband tells her, but she develops too and realizes she is a person.

Plot wise, I really enjoyed it. Coming into the novel, I had no idea where it would go, and I was perfectly okay with that. I think going into this story blind is the best thing to do because you allow yourself to get sucked into the story and you're not looking for something that could take away from the experience.

Now this contemporary wouldn't get complete without a little bit of romance. As I mentioned before this nerdy, amazing boy Jackson really helps discover who she is and I love him for that. Jackson is such a great guy and let's just say that I have a new ship.

I think the main thing that I really like about this story is the message it entails.
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