From Frenemy to Friend: “Frenemy of the People”

Frenemy of the People is my favorite work by Nora Olsen. The voices of her characters—their hopes, wants, and fears—truly shine through their sometimes bumbling emotions. The book is well-written and bears the mindset of adolescents—which it should, as it is written in first person narratives of women in their teens. Continue reading

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