This thoughtful, wry story is about two girls - a 'punk' and a 'priss' - who find themselves facing each other in a peer-counseling program and discover that they have some surprising things in common.
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Define 'Normal' by Julie Anne Peters
NORMAL MEETS GOTH
I listened to this amazing audiobook from the Hub Challenge and LOVED it. Both girls are fantastic protagonists, although the story is told solely from Antonia's point of view; she is peer counseling Jazz Luther who is the total opposite of Antonia. As I listened to this compelling audiobook I realized why I love Julie Ann Peters books- she gets teens. This book is no different- both Jazz and Antonia have "stuff" going on and teens will love reading or listening to this book; can seeming "opposites" get along, trust each other, and become friends? Highly recommended!
I liked Antonia because she 'seemed' more normal than Jazz. Antonia is a straight A student and her view of life is getting more and more murky--thank goodness for the peer counseling. I think that became her life line as well as her new friendship with Jazz.
This was my first and I want to listen to more of her performances:)
When Antonia got Jazz to play the piano; I think it was a defining moment for both of them although they do not realize it at the time.
I listened to this Amazing Audiobook as part of The 2015 Hub Challenge and loved this oldy but goody book.
- B. J. Neary "bjneary"
The voice actor, Christine Lakin was simply amaxin