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Auburn: Outcasts and Underdogs

by Valerie Thomas  US United States

April 26, 2016   |    901 reads    |   0 comments

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Auburn: Outcasts and Underdogs (book) by Valerie ThomasWe were the lost. We were the broken. We were the freaks, the losers and loners hiding in the corners of the world.

And then we weren’t. Every morning I had to pick up the jigsaw puzzle of my life and rebuild it into something vaguely resembling a person. A hazy shadow of the happiness I was faking.

And then I didn’t. I didn’t become whole. No, there was no glue that could bind me back together. No remedy to fix any of us. We weren’t lost anymore, but we remembered losing our way. We weren’t freaks, but we remembered living on the fringe. We weren’t losers or loners, but we still remembered hiding from the world.

We were Auburn. I was Auburn. And this is my story.

-Ashley Nimzovitch, lead singer of the punk rock band Auburn

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Auburn: Outcasts and Underdogs follows self-proclaimed outcast Ashley Nimzovitch through her freshman and sophomore years of high school, as she struggles to gain notoriety with her band and to gain acceptance at her school.

About The Author

Valerie Thomas is a YA author from Colorado. Her goal is to write realistic, personal stories that leave readers with a sense of knowing the characters as well as they know their own friends.

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