GRIDLEY GIRLS – MEREDITH FIRST

Happy Book Release Day to Meredith First. Gridley Girls is available NOW

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GRIDLEY GIRLS  by MEREDITH FIRST

MY REVIEW:

A good coming of age story set in a small California town in the 1970’s. Fun and witty story based on the author’s childhood, mainly freshman year of high school. Story had relatable and real characters. I loved all the pop culture references as I recognized almost all from my own childhood (puff paint, Archie comic books, Shaun Cassidy, baby blue station wagon, just to name a few). I did find myself skimming through some parts and sometimes the transition from the 14-year-old to the current day adult was confusing and had to be reread. Overall it was an enjoyable read.

I was provided a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

SUMMARY:

Sometimes you have to go back before you can move forward.

Meg Monahan was born to be a secret keeper. From the moment she became a peer counselor…

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