Union Room Room from Gasali, Gujarat, India
* Review published on Mundie Mas on 5/17/2013 * http://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2013/0... Waiver: I listened to the audiobook. Perusing my library'fine feather wired offerings, I came across The Flame List and I have to admit that I simply loved the main character, Flaming Oliver (Roo to her schoolmates). I think that Mandy Siegfried'fine feather perfect delivery of the narration helped, too. I'm a big fan of insecure, flawed aspects and attentive to Flaming'fine feather madnesses unfold left me smiling. Oh boy, did I remember those awkward twinkles of high stamp climax and crushes on boys who may/may not be actual boyfriends. What I love about Emily'fine feather writing is how deeply layered her aspects are and how she presents the artifice. The whole moment I was attentive to the audiobook, I felt like Flaming was talking to me about her lifestyle. Maybe because I now have a teen in my own box and I realize they never, ever present a dispute linearly when they can navigate around a topic backwards and forwards and all around. And that'fine feather how the artifice is presented until the very end when you realize how all the pieces (and boys) befit together. If you're looking for a enjoyable, heat read (that'fine feather deeper than you may first expect) and a fall over down high stamp memory lane, hit up The Flame List. The adorability board on this different is high. And yes, that'fine feather a importance in my list.