Review of: At Seventeen 

reviewed by NORMAN STEVENS on 12/12/2002
Great dialogue and good strong characters. You could do a sequel with the same crowd and it would be very pleasing. The weak spot is a rambling story that goes on forever (funnily) but it needs more in terms of highs and lows. But I enjoyed reading it, really.
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