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What happened to goodbye

by Dessen, Sarah,

Format: Print Book 2013
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies
Available (4)
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ACLA Mobile Library Services Teen Fiction YA DESS
Location  ACLA Mobile Library Services
 
Collection  Teen Fiction
 
Call Number  YA DESS
 
 
Mt. Lebanon Public Library Young Adult Fiction YA DESSEN Sarah
Location  Mt. Lebanon Public Library
 
Collection  Young Adult Fiction
 
Call Number  YA DESSEN Sarah
 
 
Shaler North Hills Library Young Adult Fiction YA DESSEN
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
 
Collection  Young Adult Fiction
 
Call Number  YA DESSEN
 
 
Springdale Free Public Library Young Adult Fiction YA DESS
Location  Springdale Free Public Library
 
Collection  Young Adult Fiction
 
Call Number  YA DESS
 
 
Summary
From the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of Once and for All

A new day. A new place. A new life.

In the past few years, Mclean has pretended to be so many different people that she hardly remembers who she really is anymore.

The adorable guy next door might be able to help her figure it out.

But is she ready for it?

"A cut above" -- People

Sarah Dessen is the winner of the Margaret A. Edwards Award for her contributions to YA literature, as well as the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.

Books by Sarah Dessen:
That Summer
Someone Like You
Keeping the Moon
Dreamland
This Lullaby
The Truth About Forever
Just Listen
Lock and Key
Along for the Ride
What Happened to Goodbye
The Moon and More
Saint Anything
Once and for All
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Mclean and her father have just moved to yet another town; the constant motion is an escapist strategy since her parents' acrimonious divorce, and usually, while her father tries to turn around another failing restaurant, Mclean attends the local high school and sports her newest identity. Here in Lakeview, though, Mclean suddenly feels like herself not a cheerleader, a drama geek, or a joiner, but Mclean, a new girl who gradually makes friends and may even have a boyfriend. Roots are dangerous, though, since her father will inevitably want to leave again. The novel nimbly weaves together familiar story lines of divorce, high-school happiness and angst, and teen-identity struggles with likable, authentic adult and teen characters and intriguing yet credible situations. The topics may be well-trod territory, but Dessen once again offers a substantive, well-crafted exploration of a teen's life that will deeply satisfy her legions of fans.--Bradburn, France. Copyright 2010 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Dessen's 10th novel is another smoothly written journey of self-discovery. Mclean Sweet, named for "the all-time winningest basketball coach of Defriese University," has moved four times in two years, following her father's job as a restaurant consultant. Each time she moves she reinvents herself, not so much to try on a new identity but to rid herself of the original one-only daughter of a couple whose divorce was an awful, public scandal. It becomes clear that although Defriese basketball was her father's obsession, Mclean's idol was her mother, and Mclean's lasting anger adds an emotional punch to a long narrative that doesn't otherwise have much of an arc. It will delight Dessen's passionate fans that Mclean and her father have landed in Lakeview (capital of Dessenland) and that the action ricochets between there and familiar (fictional) beach towns. As Mclean figures out how to make peace with her mother, she relies on friends made at both school and at the restaurant her father is trying to save. Dessen delivers another cast of authentic, likable characters, struggling to make sense of the world. Ages 12-up. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."
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Additional Information
Subjects Divorce -- Juvenile fiction.
Identity (Philosophical concept) -- Juvenile fiction.
High schools -- Juvenile fiction.
Schools -- Juvenile fiction.
Divorce -- Fiction.
Identity -- Fiction.
High schools -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Publisher New York, N.Y. :2013
Language English
Notes Includes the excerpt of author's The moon and more.
Description 402 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN 9780142423837 (paperback)
0142423831 (paperback)
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