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  1. says:

    Reread November 2015 Well Past Self called it because I reread this and am bumping it from 3 stars to 4 If I read it again, I ll probably give it 5.One, Sarabeth s friends are in it than I remember and they are lovely Yay, Patty And Leo is there at important times and says things that make me love him.Two, there are so many sad and beautiful moments in this book God, my heart broke reading about how much she misses her mom remembering her last moments with her in the rain, hearing Cynthia talk sweetly to Darren and feeling angry And then, when Chester Jay stopped in front of my house, I remembered something else, not from long ago, but from yesterday morning How Mom had almost had to beg me for a kiss How I had bent over and stingily, for an instant only, let my lips touch her cheek Then later Cynthia started kissing Darren again on his neck, his fat little arms, his cheeks, his nose Kisses and love From the couch, though I could hardly bear to watch, I did I watched, grinding my teeth, as if my envy was a piece of old dry bread My heart.The swing pushing scene Walking around with Darren Oh, Sarabeth I was jagged now I had sharp edges I was righteous, too, ready to shout through the fire in my heart at anyone who crossed my path Do you know how lucky you are, or are you too stupid to know And that last night came back to me again so vividly Mom in her red dress, the two of us running through the rain, hand in hand She d been laughing, and I kept telling her to be quiet, and neither of us knew that with each moment that passed, she was already dying, her heart starting to fail her, her body getting ready to separate from her life, from me God.Original review, November 2013, 3 stars Holy shit, a sequel to Silver This is next on the to read list Aaaaaaaand now I ve read it Oh, Sarabeth, I missed you But also, oh, this was hard for me to read I felt like I knew Sarabeth and her world so well from reading Silver 10,000 times It s surreal to be back in that world But only kind of Because right away Sarabeth s mom dies And everything changes Sarabeth s voice and character are the same, but definitely lost, sad, angry, everything she should be, of course, without her mom But I remember Sarabeth, yes, being innocent, but also so strong, and it was hard for me to read her like this Adrift I guess it s stupid to say but SarabethI don t knowwas kind of my friend My book friend And I didn t like her going through this There I said it Sarabeth Silver is my friend and I didn t like that we put her through this, Norma Fox Mazer Even though I love you too, Norma Fox Mazer So much RIP I also really, really missed all of her friends I loved her friends I loved Sarabeth discovering them and becoming part of their group and their secrets and jokes and friend rituals I loved that they called her Silver I loved Sarabeth s cat and mom and mom s boyfriend and all of their relationships And now we haveSarabeth trying to move on from her mother s death, living with her mom s best friend, not having a space any, feeling confused and left out No cat even Hardly any Leo And her friends are barely in the book because that s not the focus any Sarabeth is still strong and you know she ll have a happy ending She s already on her way there when the book ends And I ll probably reread this book and like it and it probably deserves stars from me But I m just sad So there Only 3 stars for you, Girlhearts.Fun fact, though I completely devoured this book on my birthday Happy birthday to meeeeee Hanging out with my best book friend forever.


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    It has always been just Sarabeth and her mother Jane who had Sarabeth out of wedlock as a teen when Sara s mother has a heart attack and dies, the orphaned Sarabeth used to be fairly independent is forced to live first with friends of the family who come to resent her, and then with a friend s family until they make it clear she is overstaying her welcome Unsure of where her place in the world is, she runs away to meet the family that disowned her mother for having her before settling on a permanent place to live that will become a home for her.This sequel to Silver Morrow, 1988 is a stand alone novel about relationships between girlfriends, between mothers and daughters, between families Although this book seems tame compared to some of what is being published these days for teens, Mazer still has a handle on the problem novel, creating a believable protagonist, real emotions, and a realistic plot My one criticism is that Sarabeth is occasionally a passive character much happens to her but she finally breaks outs and takes action to act for her own best interests, since no one else seems willing to do it.


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    This is the sequel to Silver, a book I discovered when I was a pre teen and read so often that I memorized most of it The characterization in this book is superb, especially the adults They were flawed and interesting and real Unlike Silver, Girlhearts concentrates less on Sarabeth s relationship with her friends and on her relationship with the adults in her life There is a semi love interest in this, but he s not given much book time, and he s really not at the center of the narrative I would ve actually liked him to be present, or not have been there at all.I thought the writing was simple yet powerful, and packed quite the emotional punch There were a few slang terms that seemed to be outdated, but it wasn t so bad that it took me out of the story Also, since this book is set in the east coast maybe the slang is different there, I don t know Though not my favorite of Norma Fox Mazer s books, this was still a great read and a great continuation of Sarabeth s story In fact, I would ve loved to read about Sarabeth as she gets older and starts high school because she s a great character Mazer is such a great storyteller I want to get my hands on all of her older novels.


  4. says:

    I read this and then immediately stumbled across One of those Hideous Book Where the Mother Dies and I was like, HAHA, YES Because why on earth was this necessary Though I am reading the little title of series thing they put on every book now no matter how old it is and am so excited, I am triggering the arrhythmia Also not a good book to read if you are in your early thirties and have an arrhythmia Hopefully as I am lazy and sponging off attentive male with better job while I write book it will keep that from going off Also did not have kid at sixteen Check.But come on I love Silver It is one of my favorite books of all time despite the bleak content But this was just BLAH So sad.


  5. says:

    it was a good book about grieving and how to deal with death , i enjoyed it


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    Salma MartinezMrs.MoultonEnglish 12March 7,2017Girlhears by Norma Fox Mazer A Sarabeth mom dies from a heart attack at a really young age and her father had died a couple of years earlier from a car accident When sarabeth s mom dies she is left alone and without her mom, her mom s friend takes sarabeth in to care for her I believe this book is mostly about Sarabeth going and getting through the grief of her mother s death and how she has to be strong because she s all alone and has to learn that their people that still care for her and love.A weakness this book i believe is that i believe that for most of the book she is angry with everybody and not very open minded so she misses out on things and maybe that s part of the grieving not a weakness Overall I really enjoyed reading this book it really showed the character grew towards the end and made herself do stuff that she probably wouldn t have the courage of doing with her mom alive out of respect and faithfulness, because she goes and visits her grandparents who kicked her mother out when she got pregnant with Sarabeth I would recommend this book to teens to understand about the process of grief when losing a parent and how to be strong through it I would also recommend to people who like to read about young independent teens.


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    This book really shows how life takes twists and turns, some for the worst and some for the best Personally I enjoyed the book very much, because it kept me hooked and I wanted to keep reading and enjoying it 13 year old Sarabeth faces a lot of struggle in her life after her mother dies of a sudden heart attack and leaves her alone with no family The whole book is based around Sarabeth being so young and realizing how quickly she has to grow up after the horrific tragedy she is put through The strength it took that girl to get through life everyday knowing she had no mother and nobody that really loved and cared about her was amazing and unlike any other struggle I ve encountered in my lifetime This book was like a rollercoaster, filled with heartbreak and love tied all into one Girlhearts was a very good read and I recommend it to anyone interested.


  8. says:

    Sequel to Silver.Sarabeth Silver lives in a trailer with her slightly off the wall mom and her cat Sarabeth s dad died in an accident when she was very young When her mother dies suddenly of a heart attack at only 30 years old, Sarabeth s life is thrown into turmoil She has to move into a tiny apartment with her mother s best friend and her cat is taken in by another family Sarabeth struggles to be grateful to the people who step in to help her even though none of them will really listen to her , but she becomes depressed and angry as she deals with her mother s death Her friends, old and new, support her and try to help her heal They inspire her to make contact with her long lost relatives and to find out about her parents families who disowned them when Sarabeth s mother became pregnant at 16 years old.


  9. says:

    Silver is a fifteen year old girl who lives in a trailer park with her mother Her mother suddenly dies of a heart attack at only twenty nine years of age.The book then deals with how Silver reacts to this, and how her personality changes and she becomes withdrawn and somewhat nasty The father her mother divorced plans to marry someone else the people she s living with don t seem to really want her, and there are some relatives from the past who seem to have had some kind of major argument with her mother, and had nothing else to do with her.So she has an awful lot to deal with It s an interesting path she has to follow, and it definitely makes for an interesting read Her reaction is somewhat realistic than is sometimes done in a book where a child loses a parent and isn t really that affected in this case, Silver is devastated and has a lot of problems.


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    This book was really eye opening The characterization is outstanding It captures the imperfections that people have and doesn t act like everyone is flawless There weren t too many children as characters though the main character is a teen I thought this was interesting because many books revolve around the relationship of teenagers and their friends but in this story we get to see the relationship between a teen and the adults in her life This was a book about real life and how it isn t always perfect How people sometimes struggle to find their way I liked how it opened up into the misfortunes in life rather than the normal happy ending type of stories Although this book was quite emotional, maybe even depressing at times, it was great to read and I really enjoyed it.