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Plumb Crazy Paperback – May 8, 2015
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About the Author
Cece Barlow started her first fan fiction group in junior high and never stopped writing. Today, she writes about girls who haven't figured it all out, who embrace the awesomeness of geekdom, and search for the karma of love. For some reason, weird animals show up too. When Cece's not writing, she curls up with a book, heads to a popcorn blockbuster, or kicks back to watch shooting stars. If she sees the moon in the daytime, she thinks she's lucky. Cece lives in Texas with her college sweetheart Tim and two cats - one evil and one good.
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the book is a flashback of a summer that was important in Elva and her friends lives. The summer everything changed and they grew up. This is done as she is going to her reunion. Each girl goes through their own transformation and growing. One rebels and learns the hard way about friendship and loyalty, another to gain freedom flees into the first person who shows her kindness and love that doesn't come with strings and with this she lashes out when someone who cares about her points it out and the third gains self esteem, learns who she is and what she wants and finds that truth is best when it comes from those who care. She has first love and heartache, acceptance and joy but also learns she can stand on her own and be proud of who she is and what she does.
We see compassion and humour throughout the book. We also see how no matter what and no matter how these three act out at each other they are always there for each other. The summer before their senior year transformed them and had them become adults in ways beyond what they thought.
Once at the reunion Elva is brought to realize that sometimes love has no expiration date and will be waiting for you for when you are ready and open to it again. All you have to do is accept it and allow it in.
the characters are unique and funny. Each one you will love and with the humour that is placed throughout the book you will fall for even the dorkiest moments.
a truly wonderful funny book that has romance and growth but shows us that love is enduring and so is friendship.
My one issue was that the hell metaphor gets hit a few too many times in the opening paragraphs. Since I was coming in with no context, I wasn't positive it was a metaphor, or if the high school was meant to literally be hell. After all in fiction anything is possible.