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The Unchosen

by Nan Gilbert

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This book came out in 1963, and while the some of the attitudes and language might seem a little dated when read today, the situations are timeless. Debbie, Kay and Ellen (the narrator and main character) are three 17 year-old high school seniors who have never had a date. While at first they seems to not care, it's apparent that they care very much and they try to do something about it. This book is written with tenderness and the writer is gifted in young adult fiction. I liked this book very much and I think it will appeal to teenagers. ( )
  elliottrainbow | Oct 12, 2009 |
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Debbie, Kay, and Ellen cling together in their senior year, equally lacking in dates and popularity, equally unchosen.
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