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Book review: Asmara’s Summer

2 June 2016
Posted in: Books, Reviews, Social issues | 1 Comment

Is there anything more important to a teenager than her street cred? No, at least not for Asmara. So when her Canada plans are cancelled and instead she has to spend a month with her grandparents in the conservative and definitely un-posh part of town, it is instant social disaster.

So Asmara does the only thing that seems reasonable: she pretends to her friends that she is in Canada and settles down to turn up her nose at Tannery Road.

What happens next is something that takes her by surprise.

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~PD

One Response

  1. magiceye says:

    Nice short and crisp review

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