Read My Lips - Teri Brown I couldn't believe how addicting this book was. And to think that the first time I saw it, it wasn't going to be a good read, but that completely changed as soon as I read the very first chapter! I recommend this book to anyone looking for a good, understandingly half-claustrophobic loving read. I say claustrophobic because not having one of your most important senses can make you feel that way, no matter how tough your facial mask may be to break through.

No matter how much gossip she may spread, there may be only one thing she's looking for: she just doesn't know it yet. Though author Teri Brown implicates that Serena just wants to get through her new school "under the radar", she [skillfully:] goes above the radar and beyond; without even trying. Not so typical for a skater chick I would think, but hey what do I know, right? Anyways, all I'm saying is that we all have our transformations, sometimes in more ways than one.

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