When I was growing up, my mother always told me that, if I couldn’t think of something nice to say, I shouldn’t say anything at all. Good thing I thought of something nice to say about this book, or this review would’ve been a lot harder to write.
August is a Tennessee girl who gets taken to Brooklyn after bad stuff goes down back home. After a lot of time spent staring out the window, she eventually makes friends with a trio of talented, intelligent, ambitious girls: Sylvia, Gigi, and Angela. Everything goes downhill from there.
You can read my review of Another Brooklyn on my blog.