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The Wrong Side of Twenty-Five

Narrated by: Stefanie Geyer
Length: 7 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Blossom Springtime Weatherby Franklin doesn't know much, but she does know that she's tired of life in a small town. The unraveling of a lifelong lie sends her packing, fleeing as far as she can from her mother and her string of live in uncles. 

Even if she only has what's left in her childhood piggy bank and one beat up rebel of a car stuffed to the brim with broken suitcases and trash bags, Blossom is determined to go the distance and start fresh far, from the corn fields and familiarity of small town, Indiana.

Through a hilarious series of unfortunate events and bad decisions, Blossom finds out exactly what she's capable of when she takes her life into her own hands.

©2018 Dionne Abouelela (P)2018 Dionne Abouelela

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Good story, loved the narrator!

A small town girl hits the road, discovers the world and grows up in the process. The reader brings this character to life.

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  • Pam C
  • Wolfforth, TX
  • 01-26-19

An Adventure worth having

Have you ever just wanted to get up, pack up your car and leave your current life behind? Well, that is exactly what this character does.
Blossom gets mad at her life and leaves on an adventure of a lifetime. The author does a fantastic job of relating the historical, developing the characters and describing everything in such a way that the reader believes they are right there in the car beside Blossom. I love Blossom and her inner monologue of 'note to self' times. She has a wonderful personality that just fits the 'I don't give a care' of the adventure.
I listened to the audio book version of this book and Stefanie Geyer does a wonderful job of displaying the naivety of Blossom, but also the bratty side, which tends to get her into trouble.
I had a tough time putting this book down and highly recommend it.