My Almost Epic Summer

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Penguin, May 1, 2008 - Young Adult Fiction - 176 pages
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Irene’s got big dreams—someday she’s going to own an exclusive salon in L.A. It’s a good thing she has dreams, since her reality is harsh.  She’s just been fired from her mom’s beauty salon for her tear-jerking shampooing technique, and is forced to take the only other job she can find—babysitting.  Now she’s stuck at the beach entertaining kids while everyone else is having a glamorous summer.  Will she ever get a life? Then Irene meets Starla, a mind-bogglingly beautiful lifeguard, whose diva attitude, dangerous obsessions, male admirers, and fiery blog hold enough real-life drama and romance to fill a book.  Suddenly Irene finds that the countdown to real life is over and her fate is in her own hands.
 

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MY ALMOST EPIC SUMMER

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The clear, but occasionally unrealistic teenage voice of Irene Morse, a spunky, intelligent and sometimes melodramatic heroine, recounts the summer leading into her freshman year. Just fired from her ... Read full review

Contents

Am Fired
Some Cold Water
Make the Acquaintance of Starla
Two Postings
Longing and Disappointment
Intrigue
Mess
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