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I love books written in free verse. I love how these books play with form and how the sparseness can sometimes hit me harder than prose. Sara is a 16 year old ballerina from Vermont. In addition, she begins to go to an academic prep school in New Jersey, after being in public school all her life and the scholastic competition is fierce, so Sara is totally out of her league on all fronts in New Jersey.

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I love books written in free verse. I love how these books play with form and how the sparseness can sometimes hit me harder than prose. Sara is a 16 year old ballerina from Vermont. In addition, she begins to go to an academic prep school in New Jersey, after being in public school all her life and the scholastic competition is fierce, so Sara is totally out of her league on all fronts in New Jersey.

Yo, ballet has a dark underbelly. I mean, you got girls who turn to eating disorders to get what they believe are perfect bodies. I loved Sara as a character. I mean, she just feels like a real teenage girl. It brought me back to the days where I too felt inadequate, like she does and like I think most teenagers do. But, she also has this inner-strength that comes out. Rather than crying her way through feeling alone, she bucks up,meaning she sticks it out, rather than giving up.

I like that sort of gumption a lot. Just roll with it when you read Audition. I know, I should just make a sexytimes stamp and put it on every book I read that contains a bit of sexytimes. Disclosure: Received for review. Purchase Audition here. Share this:.

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They all divide citizens into castes of some type, each receiving entitlements or suffering inhuman burdens. They all exist in the context of some type of post-war or post-apocalyptic earth. They are all, ultimately, something to resist, to decry, to fight. But, what I want to discuss to wonder here is Is this phenomenon similar to the "orphan" motif in kidlit? From Oliver Twist to Anne of Green Gables, and from Jane Eyre to Harry Potter, taking away the "security blanket" of parents gives young protagonists both vulnerability and a unique and appealing sense of agency.

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