Seventeen-year-old Anna Charles, who has turned shoplifting into an art form and a way to vent frustration, feels her confidence crumbling when she begins finding things she does not remember stealing....
|Number of Pages||:||144 Pages|
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Taking It Reviews
uggggggggghhhhh!!!! dont read this!!!! its cunfuzing, boring, and the ending is suprising and abrupt, not giving any details... like this:a boy cried wolf beacause he had too much pizza and was very happy. He was always happy. Happy happy happy happy. He died on his bike. Get my drift?yeah.... dont read this!!!!!!!!!!!!
The storyline of this book did not follow the blurb on the back cover, and at the end I was left wondering what really happened in the story.
I thought this was leading ponderously to a pop-psychology resolution that would explain Anna Teresa's mysterious compulsions, but as it turned out, the author chose to leave the story without any real resolution. Art imitates life. I liked it though. Lincoln was my favorite character.
I know the author and I wanted to see how he wrote. I was disappointed by this book about a teenage girl falling apart. I think a teenage girl might be a bit more connected to her body. Also, the book was written for teenagers but I often think they are smarter than we can know.