Angela 1: Starting Over

Angela’s life has suddenly been turned upside down! Her parents recently divorced, she is forced to move, and she relocates to a coastal town in Texas. Angela struggles with feelings of guilt, blaming herself for the divorce, and enrolls in the Honors Program at her new school. She shines academically, makes new friends, but is shocked by the aggressiveness of a group of popular girls who have it in for her from the beginning. If the “mean girls” weren’t enough to contend with, the principal, Mara Petty, dislikes Angela for no apparent reason and is oblivious to the bullying that Angela endures. Angela and her friends discover something far more sinister than bullying in their school — corruption, and they uncover actual evidence. Will the powerful people prove to be more than Angela and her friends bargained for if they expose the truth? What are the consequences, and who is responsible?


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1 review for Angela 1: Starting Over

  1. Deanna K. Klingel

    Some may say she’s too good to be true, not realistic. I know a few young adults who are just like Angela, making the story feel real to me. The story has a nice easy flow, well written. I think young readers will enjoy this series.

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