"Similarly anticlimactic resolutions of the lawsuit and Roar's eventual reconnection with her mother, as well as a host of stereotypical side characters, add little to the ineffectual story. (Fiction. 14 & up)"
Aurora Audley, better known as Roar, loves SLR cameras, music from the 1970s and properly spelled-out e-mails, but the oddness of her tastes in a 21st-century heroine goes as unremarked in this bland, clumsy drama as her unfittingly fierce nickname.
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