Diva

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Harper Collins, Oct 2, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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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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User 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

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User 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

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
20
Section 4
37
Section 5
47
Section 6
54
Section 7
71
Section 8
79
Section 19
168
Section 20
175
Section 21
182
Section 22
194
Section 23
202
Section 24
207
Section 25
214
Section 26
221

Section 9
88
Section 10
98
Section 11
104
Section 12
108
Section 13
132
Section 14
141
Section 15
148
Section 16
154
Section 17
160
Section 18
164
Section 27
227
Section 28
230
Section 29
240
Section 30
253
Section 31
259
Section 32
262
Section 33
30
Section 34
32
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About the author (2007)

Alex Flinn loves fairy tales and is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Beastly, a spin on Beauty and the Beast that was named a VOYA Editor’s Choice and an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. Beastly is now a major motion picture starring Vanessa Hudgens! She also wrote A Kiss in Time, a modern retelling of Sleeping Beauty, and Cloaked, a humorous fairy tale mash-up, as well as Breathing Underwater, Breaking Point, Nothing to Lose, Fade to Black, and Diva. Alex lives in Miami with her family.

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