Sunday, September 13, 2009


Most teenagers, especially in today's society not only have to battle with
being too young for the adults and being too old for the younger children,
but are forced to face peer-pressure and the demands of America's
economy in need. Victoria Benson is not classified as the average shy,
follow-all-your-friends typical teenager. She may have similar issues
that most seventeen year old girls experience, but she is also different
in other ways. She's honest and open, not afraid to speak her mind,
whether she has permission to, or not. Victoria will indeed find many
closed doors in life as we all do. She will have her ups-and-downs, fall,
and get up again. But her quality of honesty will be her key to open up
new doors, after learning life's tough lessons. The experience of hard
knocks and falls will help her to better understand other people, and
become more sympathetic, and passionate. I highly recommend this
novel for young adults. All the characters are realistic, most teenagers
will be able to relate to Vicky's issues, and the story is true to life. How
does Vicky deal with the wicked girls who torment? Does Vicky adjust
to the financial burdens within her family unit, and does she continue
to be selfish? Is it Vicky's attitude that gets her in trouble, or her honesty? Take an emotional roller-coaster-ride with Vicky through
financial highs-and-lows, difficult relationships, and changes after her
father abandoned her, and her mother. Follow Vicky's path as she
blossoms to maturity, after surviving many unexpected storms that
life throws upon us. The reader will witness how peer-pressure, and
lifestyles influence the road to adulthood. "THE ATTITUDE GIRL" is
as entertaining as ERIN BROCKOVICH, and as deeply moving as
A WALK TO REMEMBER with Shane West, and Mandy Moore.

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