Life Is Funny strips away the defenses of one group of teenagers living today, right now - and shows their unbearably real lives.
©2002 E. R. Frank; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
"Eleven kids with distinct voices and individual struggles narrate this impressive debut novel, yet each of the interlocking stories springs to life with tender details." (Publishers Weekly)
"Frank has penned a high-intensity, multicultural, multidimensional teen reading experience that will challenge and change those who open it. These are real teens in real time. Be prepared for them to rock your world." (Amazon.com review)
I am in love with this poetry. I want to hear Quincy Bernstine read ER Frank over and over. Though I would listen to anything she does.
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