The Transfer of Age
High school is a huge turning point in everyone’s lives. High school is a period when you’re trying to figure out where you want to be in life, who you want to become, and have to remember to stay true to yourself at the same time. There are daily stresses, some huge moments that make you gawk in awe, some successes, and drama runs rampant. This teenager went through all that and more, as you will see… this, the journey through high school, is the Transfer of Age.
“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” –Sylvia Plath
People always say that so much changes after high school, and they are right. It’s almost as if you’re walking a tightrope and performing a balancing act, hoping that you don’t fall and get hurt in the process. This is the continuation of The Transfer of Age and we see our protagonist face new hardships while still trying to find out who she really is.
“What’s really fun is reading your journal, like a year later, or even a month, and realizing how much you’ve changed. You’re looking at something you said, something you really meant at the time, and you’re like, ‘I can’t believe I ever really believed that! I am such an asshole!’ I think that’s the best thing about growing up.” – Cameron Díaz
Reading these books, you become privy to the most intimate thoughts, feelings, and yearnings of a sensitive young woman.
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