Save me. Really. How could my parents have thought that I would actually like sharing a dorm room (oops, sorry, "a quad") with three other freshmen? My new built-in friends consist of a preppy, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, and the sweet girl from Chicago. Oh, yeah, did I mention that I no longer live in Brooklyn? I'm stuck in Indiana. Why? Cause my mom went here for a year. At least I have my camera, and I can continue filming my life and sending clips to my family and friends back home. Right at this moment, being fourteen and starting
high boarding school isn't my idea of fun.
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The sun sets, taking the last bit of September heat with it. The Indiana sky turns deep blue with streaks of lavender and orange over our picnic tent. Some stray clouds move toward the flat line of the horizon. It's almost night and a chill goes up my spine. (p. 31)—From Viola in Reel Life by Adriana Trigiani (Source: Review, see review policy)
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