The Girls From Corona Del Mar

The Girls From Corona Del Mar

eBook - 2014
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Random House, Inc.

Best friends Mia and Lorrie Ann couldn’t be more different; where Mia is reckless and proudly hard-hearted, Lorrie Ann is kind, serenely beautiful, and seemingly immune to the kind of teenage mistakes that Mia can’t help but make.
 
But within a few years, fortunes change. Suddenly, Mia is free to grow up and adventure, falling in and out of love while Lorrie Ann is weighed down by responsibilities at home. And when good, nice, brave Lorrie Ann stops being so good, Mia must question how well she ever really knew her best friend in the first place.  




From the Trade Paperback edition.

Baker & Taylor
The lifelong bond between hard-hearted Mia and kind Lorrie Ann is tested by the challenges of Mia's dysfunctional family and the tragic losses that transform Lorrie Ann's personality in ways that make Mia question her views about family and loyalty.

Baker
& Taylor

The lifelong bond between hard-hearted Mia and kind Lorrie Ann is tested by the challenges of Mia's dysfunctional family and the tragic losses that transform Lorrie Ann's personality in ways that make Mia question her views about family and loyalty. A first novel.

Publisher: 2014
ISBN: 9780385351973
Branch Call Number: E-Book
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sinister31
Jan 03, 2015

Though the author has a modicum of talent, this is a very raw, amateurish work that needed a quality editor. If you choose to go with a first person narrator, that person had better be a solid human being, not a borderline head case like the young woman in this book. She goes from being mentally ill enough to (spoiler alert) smash her own foot to a few pages later talking about how she "loves the ablative in Greek". What? Oh, she's telling us (as opposed to showing us) what a brilliant scholar she's become, and light years away from the nut job who hammers her own feet. This book is a mess.

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kelliyfults
Nov 29, 2014

I was reminded of the awkwardness and glory in being a teenage girl. There were no all-good girls when I was growing up, and no all-bad ones either. This story is so REAL... I almost feel it has been filed away as 'memories' rather than a tale I happened to read...

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bookwormjeph
Sep 06, 2014

I was a little unsure of reading this book as I usually are not interested in coming of age angst between teenage girls. But I am glad I did as the teenage segments of their friendship was mostly told in a flashback style with most of the story focusing on the present day situation between them. A tale of perception and how our memory plays tricks on us as to what we think the reality of our past was verses the truth of what has been. I was totally engrossed in it by half way through. For a debut it is brilliant. I will keep an eye out for her next one.

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TracyGuza
Sep 04, 2014

Wow - amazing book about two young women, friendship and how life can take unexpected turns.

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