"Maisie's role as a victim, her blame from the students and administration and her hypocritical stepmother's ethics are rich fodder for discussion, but her plot-driven rehashing of the events turns the story into an 'issue book' that fails to spark any emotional attachment in readers. (Fiction. YA)"
After a trial living arrangement with her unstable mother and her mother's self-obsessed boyfriend, ninth grader Maisie returns home to her father and their blended family—with new "gigantic mega-boobs."
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