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Southern Girl review Ø 103 ´ Growing up in the 70s and 80s in Tennessee leaves Jesse Aimes confused about pretty much everything Nothing makes sense to her at all Not bell bottoms or crazy teachers and especially not boys But when she finally wins a spot on the high school basketball team she begins to feel comfortable in her own skinThen her childhood bOrtable in her own skinThen her childhood best friend Stephanie comes back to town and stirs feelings in Jesse that leave her even confused She knows those feelings must be wrong She only has to listen to the “you’re going to hell” sermons by her preacher father to know itBut r. 45 I am thinking I really enjoyed it

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Omance secretly blossoms between the two girlsuntil their secret is blown wide open by a jealous classmate As the truth comes out it threatens everything Jesse’s future in basketball her family and even her relationship with Stephanie What can she do when there seems to be no way o. I feel this book could've used another pass through an editor because at times it dragged and felt repetitious Also it felt like an adult novel with possible YA appeal than actual YA The twist at the end was just weirdPS If you don't know how to describe black hair ask someone That line was absurd

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Southern GirlGrowing up in the 70s and 80s in Tennessee leaves Jesse Aimes confused about pretty much everything Nothing makes sense to her at all Not bell bottoms or crazy teachers and especially not boys But when she finally wins a spot on the high school basketball team she begins to feel comf. I thought this book was very goodHowever it's not uite exactly an easy read Which is not to say that it's not a good book uite the opposite It's a great book I guess what I am trying to say is that this book tells a story that is so realistic that it might as well be a memoir of some unlucky ueer teenager back in the 80's just trying to be herself in what uite possibly was the worst place in North America to be ueer or to actually try to be yourselfBut if I'd have to classify this novel in a single word I'd use the word claustrophobic That's how it felt to me That's how I felt for Jess the entire time Living in fear of all the prejudice around her enclosed in a small town full of small minded bible thumping bigots who tried to hide their own intolerance behind selective parts of a book that was written 3400 years ago One of the things that was excruciating for me to go through in this book was how Jess absolutely pure true and actually uite chaste love for Stephanie was being treated as a crime Her own inner turmoil is also heartbreaking I just wanted to give her a hug and tell her things would get better view spoilerI just wanted anyone on the bloody book to do that for her hide spoiler