From award winning author, Elaine D. Walsh comes an introspective and emotional novel with vivid characterization. This insightful, nostalgic, and witty story follows the lives of three teenage girls as they ‘come of age’.
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I got to tell you. Atomic Summer was an enjoyable read!
I certainly commend Walsh on her characterization. Normally when I read a book in two days, I am not that impacted by characters at all. However, Atomic Summer is an exception. Each character evoked different emotional responses from me. Faith’s character was eponymous of her name. She is a loyal Catholic, and though she tries her best to uphold morality, she is often gullible. There are times when I feel so sorry for her when she cannot int
THREE friends, TWO secrets, ONE lie, and the summer that changed their lives.
This is the second time I write this review, so I don’t think it would be as good as the original because I am a dork and I happen to delete all my novels by mistake yeah I am a dorky….
My professor said once about a novel that is it enlightening novel. I feel this way toward this book. However it is not a boring book. It is not just a book; it is a book about real life, about war, love, faith, loss, dreams, some may g
“THREE friends, TWO secrets, ONE lie, and the summer that changed their lives.”
This caption definitely attracted my attention and I believed many others. I knew I want to read this book.
The story is mainly told from two point of view, Faith & Octavia, about the lives of the 3 girls. I wouldn’t called them best friend because Bernadette apparently had a character which made most people dislike her right from the start. Faith is one of the pretty and holy girl who had no flaws and is so innoce