All You Get Is Me by Yvonne Prinz

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A summer of love, loss, and justice.

Things were complicated enough forRoar, even before her father decided toyank her out of the city and go organic.Suddenly, she’s a farm girl, albeit areluctant one, selling figs at the farmers’market and developing her photographsin a ramshackle shed. Caught betweena troublemaking sidekick named Storm, abrooding, easy-on-the-eyes L.A. boy,and a father on a human rights crusadethat challenges the fabric of the farmcommunity, Roar is going to have to tackleit all—even with dirt under her fingernailsand her hair pulled back with a rubberband meant for asparagus.


About Yvonne Prinz

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Yvonne Prinz has written three books in the Clare series. Still There, Clare was a BookSense pick and was nominated for an IPPY Award (an Independent Publisher Award) and a Red Cedar Award. Not Fair, Clare was recently shortlisted for the Red Maple Award. A Canadian living in San Francisco, Prinz founded the famed independent music store Amoeba Records with her husband. There, she keeps her finger on the pulse of hip teen culture. You can read the blog of The Vinyl Princess at
Published December 21, 2010 by HarperTeen. 293 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Aurora Audley, better known as Roar, loves SLR cameras, music from the 1970s and properly spelled-out e-mails, but the oddness of her tastes in a 21st-century heroine goes as unremarked in this bland, clumsy drama as her unfittingly fierce nickname.

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Prinz (The Vinyl Princess) infuses romance into a heated battle for justice in this provocative novel starring Aurora, a resilient, displaced city girl who loves photography.

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An enjoyable, and often fun, read, despite the heavy subject matter, All You Get Is Me addresses issues surrounding rural life, immigration, personal relationships and major life changes.

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