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Anne Kindle Edition
'Anne by Zarina Macha is one of the best coming of age stories for young adults that I've read...addresses many topics of major interest and importance to teens, i.e. gender issues, opening up to family and friends, peer bullying, cutting, suicide, resorting to alcohol and drugs when other solutions to psychological stress aren't working.' - Viga Boland, Readers' Favorite
'A compelling and thought-provoking coming of age story; does a brilliant job of speaking to the experiences of young people using an informal, readable style reminiscent of Jacqueline Wilson to tackle the emotionally rich and complex issues faced by teenagers in British schools.' - Goodreads Review
'I would definitely recommend this book to any who enjoy stories about high schoolers dealing with real-world problems and anyone who is looking for more LGBT representation in their books.' - C.M Fritzen, author, cmfritzenbooks.com
'Innocent, raw, real and intense...the author narrates brilliantly the story of a young lady who is constantly battling with her own demons and traumas she has faced at such a young age.' - Lloyd Dwaah, author
'Anne was an easy character to like, and I liked the ending, because I was left with a conclusion to all the heart break that Anne had dealt with.' - MA Thomas, author, issu.com/thebookreviewproject
'A brilliant third self-published book from Zarina Macha is beautifully written. The craft is exquisite and I know she is destined for bigger things, publishing deals, works in the written press.' - Lynn James, finance blogger at mrsmummypenny.co.uk
'Well, what a brilliant novel...The relationships between the characters are solid and beautifully conveyed.' - Petrina Binney, author, petrinabinney.com
'The pace is decently slow, and the fictional work blends well with the coming of age character Anne has. She definitely can be seen as a victim but also rises above that and becomes a survivor.' - Jeyran Main, blogger, jeyrainmain.com
'The way Macha explains the perspective and point of view of a young teenager is absolutely flawless.' - thenightreader, blogger
'Beautifully written and heartbreaking in places, an amazing story and one that touches very much on mental health and the importance of taking care of yourself and others.' - Joey Paul, author, joeypaulonline.com--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B07RT6XZ28
- Publisher : Zarina Macha (3 June 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 4193 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 269 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 798,543 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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By Zarina Macha
What a lovely introduction to this author. This book has been written beautifully allowing the storyline to flow quite nicely. Anne the poor child has gone through a lot in her fourteen years. She was dealing with her own sexuality, but had the father from hell and a mother she loved more than life itself. That is until the night her father came home one night without her mother. Not long after the disappearance of her mother, her father shipped her off to live with her Aunt and her family, people she had never met before. There she found the love and family atmosphere she was looking for. Anne was looking for a place to fit in to, she found that with her Aunt and her family and the school she had eventually chosen to attend. This book is one to read and I am sure the story will be enjoyed.
Anne has to live in an abusive environment as her alcoholic father abuses her mother. When her mother up and disappears her father tells her she just walked away and sends her away to live with an Aunt which turns out to be the best for her.
Her writing style is easy to follow and easily captures the essence of being a teenager that would make this story a great read for them.