Diva

Diva

Book - 2013
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"In Diva, the companion to Alex Flinn?s YA novel Breathing Under Water, Caitlin is dealing with a lot. She?s living through the aftermath of an abusive relationship, she has a youth-obsessed mother who just doesn?t understand her, and she?s on a constant yo-yo diet to live up the standards of her nitpicking friends. All Caitlin wants is to escape her not-so-glamorous life and pursue her dream of becoming a singer, but when she?s accepted into the Miami High School of the Arts, her life doesn?t magically become perfect. Yet despite some struggles to keep up with her competitive classmates and the distraction of cute new crush, Caitlin never loses her sense of humor and eventually gains the confidence to achieve her goals." -- from publisher's website.
Published: New York :, HarperTeen,, 2013.
ISBN: 9780062124340
006212434X
Branch Call Number: YA FLI
Characteristics: 263, 27 pages ;,21 cm

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nkontrol Apr 09, 2013

I would read it again. It was well written.

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tayli170
Oct 19, 2012

Dysfunctional single mom having an affair with a married guy, severely messed-up diva who loves opera. Diva's gay crush. (The crush is gay, not the diva.) Mix and take cover.

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WendyGD
Feb 24, 2012

I didn't realize until after I read this that it is a sequel to "Breathing Underwater." It is fine as a stand-alone book.

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meviousmaddie
Dec 31, 2010

I was originally introduced to Alex Flinn several years ago with "Beastly," a great twist on a fairytale and decided to check some of her other works out. Diva was not a disappointment.
The plot is well structured and Caitlin was a likeable main character. But more importantly, Diva was a real eyeopener for me. I never really thought about opera before and it was low on my list... After Flinn introduced me a little better, I decided to go out a see an opera -- Amazing!

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WendyGD
Feb 24, 2012

Sexual Content: No sexual content is described in this book, but a main character is known for "slutty" behavior (which is looked down on), and another main character is gay (which is accepted).

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