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The Life in Rhymes of an Angsty Teenager

By Lindsey Olver All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Poetry


Prepare to delve deep into the less than magical (though sometimes dreamlike) mindset, thoughts, feelings, and world of a usually (but not always) regular, run-of-the-mill teenaged girl: me.


“When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.”

- Audre Lorde

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Christopher Calvo: Truly a wonderful read and very well written! Love the characters and character development, and can smell the frybread as I read it! Can't wait for more as we delve into the Buffalo Summer.

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Fake Normality: The only thing might've been that the dialogue was a tad unrealistic a few times, but otherwise, I'M OBSESSED

David Ramati: An unusual story, well worth reading. Good conversations, excellent prose, and keeps my interest, maybe because I was there, back in the day. You won't be able to pt this book down.

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