Deliver us from Evie

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HarperCollins, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 177 pages
58 Reviews
Sixteen-year-old Parr Burrman and his family face some difficult times when word spreads through their rural Missouri town that his older sister is a lesbian, and she leaves the family farm to live with the daughter of the town's banker.

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Sure, I'll give this five stars, even though I haven't read it since 1990. I was fifteen, and for the first time, I could see myself--my whole self--in the pages of a book. Thank you, ME Kerr, for writing to us young queerlings at a time when nearly no one else was. You were an inspiration. Read full review

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User Review  - Carrie - Goodreads

Sure, I'll give this five stars, even though I haven't read it since 1990. I was fifteen, and for the first time, I could see myself--my whole self--in the pages of a book. Thank you, ME Kerr, for writing to us young queerlings at a time when nearly no one else was. You were an inspiration. Read full review

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