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For most people, going to college is the beginning of their lives away from their parents, when they search for the meaning of their lives. Not so for Bobbie Lamont, who chooses to stay at home with her parents instead of moving away. After graduating from Saint. Augustine Academy for Girls and then falling in love with Malcolm Pryce, Bobbie was ready for the next stage of her life, attending college at Tulane University. Once again, her only friend is Billie Carver, who is also attending Tulane. So are Angie Stone and Sarah Connor, two girls who made Bobbie's life miserable at St. Augustine. They will continue to torment her. The next four years of her life will change Bobbie. She continues to search for her place in the world, wondering how to turn her love of reading and writing into a career. The experiences she goes through with various men teach her that love and sex can be nothing but trouble at times.
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Zelmer Wilson wrote a beautifully complicated story. The story had so many facets - at one point we see the friendship problems between the two girls, and at another point we are seeing Bobbie dealing with boys and sexual tension. There is so much happening in the story, but all the elements are well thought out and told through beautiful prose.
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