The Adults (Audio)
Publish date: May 1st 2011
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, Coming Of Age
I’ve had The Adults on my reading list for a while so of course I picked it up when I spotted it at the thrift store. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when I started reading, but I loved it. The book as a whole was so captivating. Emily’s character was great and she kept my attention the entire ...
The Adults by Alison Espach is a really unique coming of age story. The narrator, Emily Vidal, is 14 years-old and lives in a suburban neighborhood in the 90s. The author really captures the voice of a teenage girl who's experiencing all the complications of growing up and dealing with a dysfunctio...
Really hilarious observations and dialogue, but the plot was too meandering and felt incomplete. I probably would read this again and like it better, though!
I couldn't really get into this book. From the summery it look interesting and I was sort of hoping it would be a modern version of Go Ask Alice or some thing but instead it was more of a modern version of Lolita instead. Not what I was expecting
I’d read a few charming reviews of this debut novel, which follows teenage narrator Emily Vidal as she deals with a neighborhood full of dysfunction in upscale Connecticut suburb. The novel opens with a 50th birthday party for Emily’s father. Emily has just learned that her parents are getting divor...
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