For most people, the word "diva" means brilliant, talented, over-the-top, and glamorous. I, however, seemed to be trapped in the not-very-glamorous life of a cheerleader wannabe with serious ex-boyfriend issues and a permanent yo-yo diet. At least until the day I auditioned for Miami High School of the Arts—and got in! All I had to do was convince my mother, the cosmetics salesperson with epically bad taste in clothes and men, that going downtown to hang with the music geeks was a good idea. I had to blackmail her to be able to do it, but I'm here—a diva-in-training—and I'm not so sure I can cut it. Now what?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sabdelaz - LibraryThing
"Diva A Novel" by Flinn is about a popular sixteen year old girl. Caitlin has a super good voice and can sing all right, but has an abusive boyfriend whom she cannot forget about. He punches her in ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ABShepherd - LibraryThing
This is not the reworking of a fairy tale. Instead, it is the story of a approximately a year in the life of a teen-aged girl who happens to love opera and learns a few valuable life lessons along the way. Geared toward young readers, this book was still enjoyable for this adult. Read full review