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A ForeWord Review

A ForeWord Review

May 16th, 2011

According to ForeWord Reviews,

Young women on the fringe of adolescence and adulthood populate works of classical literature and commercial fiction in droves. In Hassie Calhoun, the first book of a trilogy, this popular transitional period is explored in a gripping story about an aspiring singer in 1960s Las Vegas. Categorized as a modern bildungsroman by the publisher, this poignant novel is a down-to-earth rather than idealistic glimpse of a vulnerable heroine learning how to succeed, and unfortunately, how to stop trusting people.

This reviewer, Julia Ann Charpentier, just “gets” this book. Get your glimpse of what makes this book great by reading the full review here.

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