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  • Paperback
  • 194
  • About a Girl
  • Joanne Horniman
  • English
  • 26 December 2019
  • 9781742371443

10 thoughts on “About a Girl

  1. says:

    Anna's past is dark and painful she never meant for the bad things to happen she never meant to feel the things she feels she never meant to be so different but she couldn't help it And it was all her faultMoving to Lis had seemed ideal; Anna h

  2. says:

    I'm not sure if I'll be able to convey how much I loved this book but I will tryThis is a poetic book a very hon

  3. says:

    I think this is one of those books that everyone needs to read for themselves everyone views it so differentlyI didn't appreciate Flynn as much as I guess I should have She seemed a little immature and self centere

  4. says:

    Rep Lesbian MC who's briefly medicated for depression developmentally disabled character not sure about the repWarnings Biphobia ableist language anti Romani slur used as a fashion styleThis was a profound disappointment I spent most of the book unsure whether to rate it three or four stars But then the biphobia came near the end of the book in two notable cases In the first case view spoiler one of Flynn's

  5. says:

    Actual rating 25 stars rounded up to 3 not because it's poorly written it has a dreamlike disconnected but lyrical style that occasionally at least for me becomes a little pretentious but because I didn't enjoy reading it A solid meh from me Real review later possiblyIt was sent to me as a YA book but I think it

  6. says:

    I honestly don't know how I feel about this book I finished it It was kinda strange for suddenly in the middle of the book we get her back story and while obviously this has shaped the character it just seemed odd If it were being narrated y

  7. says:

    A beautifully beautifully told story of the fierceness and fragility of first love The only reason that I didn't race through it the day I started was that many aspects of it hit much too close to home and I needed breaks every now and again I already look forward to reading it again in the future

  8. says:

    A gorgeous book about falling in love with a straight girl A delightful read I look forward to reading of Joanne Horniman's works

  9. says:

    Lovely Sweet and realistic at the same time

  10. says:

    Originally posted on Once Upon a BookcaseAbout a Girl is another book that was recommended to me for LGBT YA Month and one that features lesbians It's a great story but one that's hard to pin down It's about the relationship

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The world was precisely hereAnna is afraid she must About a PDFEPUB or be unlovable until she meets Flynn Together the girls swim eat banana cake laugh and love Some days Flynn is unreachable other days she's at Anna's do. Rep Lesbian MC who s briefly medicated for depression developmentally disabled character not sure about the repWarnings Biphobia ableist language anti Romani slur used as a fashion styleThis was a profound disappointment I spent most of the book unsure whether to rate it three or four stars But then the biphobia came near the end of the book in two notable cases In the first case view spoiler one of Flynn s secrets is that she actually has a boyfriend who she s taking a break from while he was overseas hide spoiler

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I remember when we lay together for the first time and I closed my eyes and felt the crackle of her dark hair between my fingers She was all warmth and sparking light When I was with her my skin sighed that the center of. Anna s past is dark and painful she never meant for the bad things to happen she never meant to feel the things she feels she never meant to be so different but she couldn t help it And it was all her faultMoving to Lis had seemed ideal Anna had a job she enjoyed and her own apartment what could she want And then one day she saw a girl with a white guitar running down the street and from the moment she heard that girl play she was in love But she knew that she would never see that girl againDays later though she did Her name was Flynn and when she played she called herself Every Little Thing but to Anna she was everything The day they met t The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of her dark hair between my fingers She was all warmth and sparking light When I was with her my skin sighed that the center Black Blue of. Anna s past is dark and painful she never meant for the bad things to happen she never meant to feel the things she feels she never meant to be so different but she couldn t help it And it was all her faultMoving to Lis had seemed ideal Anna had a job she enjoyed and her The Moe Manifesto own apartment what could she want And then Positive Church in a Negative World one day she saw a girl with a white guitar running down the street and from the moment she heard that girl play she was in love But she knew that she would never see that girl againDays later though she did Her name was Flynn and when she played she called herself Every Little Thing but to Anna she was everything The day they met t

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Or but when Anna discovers Flynn's secret she wonders if she knows her at all This beautifully crafted novel explores the tension between the tender moments that pull people together and the secrets that push them apart.. A gorgeous book about falling in love with a straight girl A delightful read I look forward to reading of Joanne Horniman s works


About the Author: Joanne Horniman

Joanne Horniman grew up in a country town in northern NSW She read books rode her bicycle around the countryside and had a glove puppet theatre company with her best friend They 'toured' their show to all the classes in the school On leaving school Joanne went to Sydney completed an arts degree and About a PDF/EPUB or worked as an editor after a stint washing dishes in a pub Since then she has worked as a tea.