Ordinary Girls: A Memoir

In Ordinary Girls—one of the most anticipated books of the year—Jaquira Díaz writes a fierce and eloquent memoir of her challenging girlhood and triumphant coming of age in Puerto Rico and Miami Beach. Her family split apart. Her mother battled schizophrenia and addiction. Her own life was upended by violence and sexual assault. And she searched for support for her burgeoning sexual identity. But with refreshing honesty and vivid lyricism, Jaquira Díaz maps a way out of despair toward love and hope to become her version of the girl she always wanted to be.
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352 pages

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MujerForestal
Jan 03, 2024
8/10 stars
What a book! I really liked how Jaquira tells her story, how she navigated through such a complicated childhood and adolescence.
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