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  • Suzanne and Amanda are two characters that share a similar problem, in that being their husbands whom are not really committed to family life, so to speak
  • I really love it so much, and reminded me of my early years in life

    • by eryana09
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      School’s Out by Sarah Tucker is a story that I reminisced like during my school years and me and the rest of my schoolmates would gather at the playground and all our mommies would huddle together, sit and gossip and share stories; sometimes personal too. School’s Out is something like that.

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      are different characters in the story like for instance, Suzanne and her son Orlando and other characters like Amanda, Skyler. There are lots of issues and things goin on and also the title is sort of related to school holiday. There are certain things going on that makes the playground looks mundane,

      • compared to what’s going on behind the scenes, so to speak. Suzanne and Amanda are two characters that share a similar problem, in that being their husbands whom are not really committed to family life, so to speak. But their personality traits are a bit different. Suzanne is the materialistic type
        whereas for Amanda, she’s of a different character nature.

        Their children will draw them together and the mommies would gather one side and share their stories. Poignant, sweeping and sometimes filled with dialogs of humor, this story is very readable. I really love it so much, and reminded me of my early years in life.




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