Sunday, May 13, 2007

Grief Girl by Erin Vincent

Can thinking something make it happen? That is the question roaring in Erin Vincent’s mind on October 23, 1983. She wished that her parents would die, and a week later, they do. This true story based on the real Erin Vincent’s life is a true heartbreaker. Unable to cope with losing he mother and father, Erin turns to her teacher for solace, since her sister Tracy can’t relate to what Erin feels and goes through. But when they take the teacher away, who will Erin turn to? Will she make it having to rely on only herself? And will they find out that they are being robbed?

I loved reading this book immensely. Page after page is full of shocking turns and twists that take you through the teenage years of Erin Vincent. I was shocked at how other people reacted to Erin’s situation. But her telling the true story of her pain and suffering makes it a perfect summer read. If you love reading diary, or true stories, this is the perfect book for you. Although if you just want a good read, just give Grief Girl a shot.

laungage and sexual reference

Rating (0 - 10 scale): 10
Reviewer Age: 12
Reviewer City, State and Country: Casa Grande, AZ United States of America

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