"Overall, I really loved Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now because it felt like an authentic story. Tiffany was a realistic teenager, she didn’t feel like an adult’s view of a teenager which I appreciated. I loved her interactions with other characters, and how she just marched to the beat of her own drum, she didn’t care because it was who she was..."
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A very engaging read with an original premise and very authentic main character, Tiffany Sly -My only critique is that the author, Davis, seems to make a point of having her characters discuss or argue about many important, and often divisive, subjects: race, religion, death, mental illness, autism, etc. However, in many cases, it feels like she only scratches the surface of these topics, and characters' quick turn around in opinions can seem forced and too easy.
This was a refreshing read - easy to keep reading and very engaging. It didn't feel like a storyline, family or main character I'd read about before. Tiffany's struggles to understand what family means to her while dealing with anxiety were easy to relate to.
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