Later, I would think of it as crossing over. From a known territory into an unknown. From a place where people know you to a place where people only think they know you.
It began with me a year ago this past July. A few weeks after my fourteenth birthday. When Freaky Green Eyes came into my heart.
When her parents separate, Franky Pierson has no trouble deciding whose side she's on. After all, her mother is the one who chose to leave. And when her mother is suddenly reported missing, Franky believes she's simply pulled a disappearing act and deserted their family for good. But a part of Franky, a part she calls Freaky Green Eyes, knows that something is wrong. And it's up to Freaky to open Franky's eyes to the truth.
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How you think is a lot easier.” So warped is Franky’s perception, that when her mother, an artist desperate to assert a life outside of the family orbit, moves out, her loyalties remain with her father—until her mother disappears entirely, and Freaky Green Eyes gives her the strength to confront ...| Read Full Review of Freaky Green Eyes
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While Franky's denial of her terrible home life is realistic, it goes on for far too long for the patience of readers.Oct 18 2011 | Read Full Review of Freaky Green Eyes
Her third successful venture into the Teen genre focuses on 15-year-old Francesca (Franky ) Pierson.Feb 18 2010 | Read Full Review of Freaky Green Eyes
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