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    Coming of age

    *I received a copy of the eBook from the author in exchange for an honest review.* Symphony is a seventeen year old challenged by low self esteem and self worth. The journal is written in the first person and I had to remind myself that the thoughts are those of a young woman struggling with her life. She is a glass half empty person. Has not learned that a positive attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. But her life experiences has caused this outlook on life. The story is good but is hampered my needless repetition. Symphony tells us she feels like a monster. The author should show us not tell us. How will Symphony begin to like herself? Will the young man in her life, Adam help her? What will it take for Symphony to find the true meaning of love? In my opinion, it is not a book about virginity but a book about healing. With proper editing this could be a good book.

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