This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record by Susannah Felts
  

This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record

Written by Susannah Felts
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This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record by Susannah Felts

When the school year at tony Nashville Arts and Science ends, Vaughn Vance ditches her upper class friends for a summer of solitude. Content to be alone and work on her photography, Vaughn's seclusion is disrupted when she meets her new neighbor, Sophie Birch. The two form a tentative friendship, hanging out at Dragon Park with the rest of Nashville's teens. There, the relationship deepens: Sophie becomes the subject of Vaughn's artistic experiments and Vaughn becomes the subject of Sophie's social experimentation as she pushes Vaughn to loosen up and let down her guard. After a fight with her mother, Sophie moves in with Vaughn and her academic parents who embrace Sophie's wild side ? until the girls push each other a step too far. In her debut novel, Susannah Felts perfectly captures the feel of growing up Southern-style, the universal push-pull of adolescent limit testing, and, above all, the intoxicating power that comes with burgeoning creativity.

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Susannah Felts
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Publisher

Featherproof Books

Publication date

28th February 2008

ISBN

9780977199242


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